Snapchat becomes the first social platform to launch ‘My AI’ based on ChatGPT
The AI-powered Chatgpt has given impetus to how artificial intelligence can revolutionize our future. Search engines like Bing have made chatgpt part of it to allow users to search more easily. Now Snap, Snapchat’s parent company, has announced the release of a chatbot powered by the latest version of OpenAI’s GPT technology, which has been customized for the social network. The experimental chatbot, called My AI, is accessible to Snapchat+ subscribers who pay $3.99 per month for the subscription service.
The feature will roll out this week. Snap CEO Evan Spiegel told a source that the company plans to make the tool accessible to all users in the future. Snap stated that My AI is able to recommend gift ideas, suggest a recipe, and write haiku. But, “as with other AI-powered chatbots,” errors are possible with this feature, despite the fact that it “is intended to avoid biased, erroneous, harmful or misleading information,” the company said.
My AI “can be convinced to say pretty much anything. Please take into account the many shortcomings and accept my apologies in advance!” Snap said in a blog post. Please do not reveal any secrets to My AI and do not rely on his advice.”
The compelling human-like responses of OpenAI’s ChatGPT, which debuted last year, quickly sparked a frenzy. Nevertheless, there have been complaints about technology issues. This month, Microsoft’s ChatGPT-powered Bing made the news after users reported strange interactions with the chatbot that showed emotional responses and contained factual inaccuracies.
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