Snapchat Makes Available To All Users A Chatbot Powered By Chatgpt.

Jun, 2023 - by CMI

Snapchat is about to give new meaning to the “chat” part of its name.

Snap, the parent company of Snapchat, announced on Wednesday that its customized My AI chatbot is now available to all app users. Before, the function, which is powered by the popular AI chatbot ChatGPT, was only available to paying Snapchat+ subscribers.According to the business, the gadget provides recommendations, answers questions, assists users in making plans, and even produces a haiku in seconds. When referenced with "@MyAI," it can be brought up in discussion with friends. To further personalize it, users can give it a name and create a custom Bitmoji avatar.

The decision comes more than a month after OpenAI, the maker of ChatGPT, offered third-party companies access to their chatbot. ChatGPT's earliest partners included Snap, Instacart, and the teaching program Quizlet. Since its introduction in November 2022, ChatGPT has amazed many users with its astounding capacity to generate innovative articles, novels, and song lyrics in response to human requests. The initial surge of interest in the product reignited a race among technology companies to develop and integrate similar AI capabilities into their offerings.

Each of the first companies to exploit ChatGPT's functionality has a somewhat different idea of how it should be used. These services, when combined, may indicate how useful AI chatbots may be in our daily lives, as well as how much people want to communicate with them for customer support and other purposes across their favorite apps.

The addition of ChatGPT capability may provide some hazards. The technology, which is trained on large amounts of web data, is capable of disseminating erroneous information and responding to people in ways they may find offensive. It claims that 99.5% of My AI responses meet the standards set by the community. Snap claims that the changes were made to "help protect against improper or abusive behavior." The company also announced that moderation technology has been integrated into its in-app parental features.