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ChatGPT plugins are a new feature that allows language models to access up-to-date information, run computations, and use third-party services through specific tools designed for ChatGPT with safety as a core principle. These plugins are gradually being rolled out by OpenAI, with a small set of users invited to start and gradually increasing access as more is learned about their use and safety. ChatGPT users and API users will eventually be able to integrate plugins into their products. The plugin developers invited off the waitlist can use the documentation to build plugins, which enable ChatGPT to use various third-party services or access specific information. Currently, there are plugins in development by companies, such as Expedia, Instacart, and Wolfram, as well open-source plugins available. Plugins can act as the "eyes and ears" of language models, enabling them to access personalized, timely, or specific information that is not included in the training data. ChatGPT plugins are intended to unlock a vast range of potential use cases and facilitate human-AI interactions as a community shapes the future of this paradigm.