OpenAI’s DevDay will engage developers worldwide with a live stream on Monday, 6 November 2023, showcasing new AI tools and collaborative innovation.
2023 OpenAI DevDay: How to watch live in South Africa
OpenAI‘s much-anticipated DevDay is set to capture the attention of the global developer community with its opening keynote live-streamed at 19:00 CAT.
This one-day event is a confluence of innovative minds, where hundreds of developers will connect virtually and in person to explore new tools and share ideas directly with OpenAI’s team.
Here’s what to expect from the opening keynote
The live stream will offer developers who are unable to attend in person a front-row seat to the latest developments in artificial intelligence. OpenAI, known for its cutting-edge AI models, will present its newest advancements, demonstrating its commitment to making AI accessible and easy to integrate for developers through its API.
Since the launch of OpenAI’s API in 2020, the platform has seen significant enhancements, now including GPT-4, GPT-3.5, DALL·E, and Whisper among its models.
These tools have empowered over 2 million developers to push the boundaries of AI integration, resulting in smarter applications and groundbreaking new services that were previously unthinkable.
Sam Altman, the CEO of OpenAI, expressed enthusiasm about the upcoming event, highlighting the organisation’s eagerness to exhibit their latest achievements.
“We’re looking forward to showing our latest work to enable developers to build new things,” he said.
Apart from the live stream, in-person participants will gain exclusive access to breakout sessions. These sessions will be spearheaded by OpenAI’s technical staff, providing deeper dives into specific tools and technologies.
The event represents an opportunity for knowledge exchange, networking, and community building among developers who share a passion for the future of AI.
It aims to foster an environment where collaboration and creativity lead to technological breakthroughs.