OpenAI to discontinue support for the Codex API (via) OpenAI shutting off access to their Codex model—a GPT3 variant fine-tuned for code related tasks, but that was being used for all sorts of other purposes—partly because it had been in a beta phase for over a year where OpenAI didn’t charge anything for it. This feels to me like a major strategic misstep for OpenAI: they’re only giving three days notice, which is shaking people’s confidence in them as a stable platform for building on at the very moment when competition from other vendors (and open source alternatives) is heating up.
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