Firstly, I’d like to extend my congratulations on the latest releases from OpenAI.
I’m an avid supporter of OpenAI, but I’m grappling with a contradiction.
While OpenAI organizes developer conferences, it seems to simultaneously eclipse startups by incorporating similar functionalities into its own platform, essentially creating a closed ecosystem that flourishes within its own boundaries.
My concern lies with the entrepreneurs who invest in their ventures, only to find their innovations less unique and appealing than they were just a month prior.
I see the value in developing new, more powerful models and streamlining the use of APIs for developers. However, there could be a balance that allows smaller enterprises to thrive and gain popularity. I understand this might mean OpenAI earning less in the short term, but in return, it would foster a diverse ecosystem where apps and platforms developed by smaller teams are built on and contribute to the broader platform.
You’re not alone; many in the tech share the same sentiment. It presents both a challenge and an opportunity. However, it’s likely that established businesses will greatly benefit from these services, while smaller ones may struggle.