I have seen in a few places that refer to “Code Interpreter” as a “plugin”. I know that Code Interpreter has its own separate waitlist, so I wanted to get some clarity:
Is Code Interpreter expected to become part of the plugin store in the future? Or is this a separate feature altogether?
I think it’s a separate feature, and in my 100% GUESS it will be part of the value proposition for business and enterprise accounts.
Seeing the steps with corresponding images of how to access them really helps, i.e.
For example at
https://chat.openai.com/ there is this
Now some may not know that plugins are active on this, if they knew they just have to click the drop down
Plugins to see
So if/when someone gets access to
Code Interpreter and could post such steps with corresponding images it would be nice.
In watching the
demo it clearly is using a model
AFAIK this is not via a plugin as I do not see any plugin active. e.g.
documentation it notes
Code run by our interpreter plugin
which is where I think the confusion originates.
Likewise there is this mention of a browsing plugin
We’ve created a web browsing plugin
So until I see steps with corresponding images I will just wait, maybe there is both a browsing model and browsing plugin.
I am a plus user, Why I don’t have the “Code interpreter”. I only have the browser and plugins. Do I miss somthing here. Please suggest. Thanks
It’s a separate gradual rollout
Hey, there is no waitlist for code interpreter and no way to expedite the process. Thanks for being patient!
May 23, 2023, 9:26pm
If you assume that OpenAI has 100 million users and they roll the code interpreter out to 1 mio users per day then it will take more than three months, i.e. 100 days, to give it to everyone. Plus the 10-30 mio new subscribers that join monthly.
And it is not trivial to grow a service to one million users — but OpenAI has to do this every single day!