Introducing WPGPT

Over the weekend, having been working on this for several months, the website was born.

This project is a new WordPress plugin, and a selection of add-ons which we’re currently beta testing with specific clients and projects, over at Silicon Dales.

Are we entering the paid plugin business? Not quite, at least, not yet. The suite of plugins we’re building will initially be used for client and internal projects requiring AI within the WordPress admin; and there are no plans to release this generally at present, until specific use-cases raise which might suit a general release.

Why is this? The reason for this is because most of the AI work we have put together, is for highly specific clients, who employ content teams. These tools are designed to work with groups of content editors, who will leverage AI to increase their output and improve their content quality: this is, by definition, a smaller pool of clients.

Every project needs a name, however, to act as a focal point, and our name has for some time been WPGPT. The domain was secured some time ago, and over the weekend, took some initial content.

What does the future hold? As features mature, we’ll potentially be releasing some or all of the codebase in either free or paid plugins to bring AI features to all WordPress users, having first proven and refined these services with paying Enterprise customers. Think Red Hat -> CentOS, if you’re a Linux follower.

About Robin Scott

I'm Robin Scott, a WordPress Consultant and WooCommerce expert developer who, along with three other people, runs a business called Silicon Dales Ltd remotely, from a base in the North of the UK. I enjoy using my talents for programming to track and interpret sporting, political or retail data - and therefore you'll see me posting some content in these spaces in this, my personal website. If you're interested to talk about leveraging this for your business (in sport, entertainment, retail, etc) please contact me.

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