OpenAI is gearing up for its first developer conference, OpenAI DevDay, scheduled for November 6 in San Francisco. While registration for in-person attendance will open in the coming weeks, developers worldwide can join the event online.

During this one-day event, OpenAI promises to unveil new tools and facilitate idea exchange among attendees. Breakout sessions led by the company's technical experts will also be a part of the conference.

OpenAI’s Sam Altman Launches Worldcoin Crypto Project
The project includes World ID, a digital identifier for verifying a person’s uniqueness, World App, an application for purchases and money transfers using digital assets and fiat currencies, and a Worldcoin (WLD) token.

OpenAI's product suite, including GPT-4, GPT-3.5, image generator DALL·E, and speech recognition system Whisper, currently serves more than 2 million developers.

While the highly anticipated GPT-5 might not make an appearance, attendees might gain insights into OpenAI's plans for Global Illumination, which it acquired in August. Additionally, updates on GPT-4's image understanding capabilities could be on the agenda.

OpenAI’s New AI Model Shap-E Can Generate 3D Objects from Text
Unlike conventional models, Shap-E generates the parameters of implicit functions that can be rendered as both textured meshes and neural radiance fields (NeRF). The new model can produce high-quality 3D models in a fraction of time.

In the wake of concerns about AI-generated content's authenticity and plagiarism risks, the conference might reveal new techniques for watermarking AI-generated content. OpenAI recently withdrew its in-house tool for detecting AI-generated text due to performance issues, sparking curiosity about its potential successor.