OpenAI has just unveiled the official mobile app of their acclaimed AI chatbot ChatGPT, allowing users to access it anytime, anywhere. The new app is free, ad-free, and supports voice input. However, it will only be available to US users initially.
It’s the future and the robots are taking over! Everywhere you turn, you’re surrounded by robots, doing menial tasks and taking away jobs from hardworking humans. Now, the latest robot takeover is targeting the iPhone with the introduction of ChatGPT, your new digital assistant.
Yes, that’s right: ChatGPT is a robotic assistant that can answer your questions and help you with tasks in a friendly and helpful way. It’s not just the latest iPhone app; it’s a full-fledged robotic assistant. It can respond to your questions, provide useful information, and even give you reminders. It’s like having your own personal assistant that you can access anywhere and anytime.
At first glance, ChatGPT may seem like a great idea. After all, having a personal assistant at your fingertips is a great convenience. But, as with any new technology, there are some potential drawbacks.
First, ChatGPT is powered by artificial intelligence, meaning it’s only as smart as the algorithms that power it. While it can do basic tasks, it can’t think for itself and will likely make mistakes. This means it may not be able to answer complex questions or provide accurate information.
Second, ChatGPT isn’t free. You have to pay for the service, which can be expensive. And if you’re not satisfied with the results, you have to pay for it again.
Subscribers to ChatGPT Plus will be able to access OpenAI’s GPT-4 capabilities through the new app, with the added benefits of early access to new features and faster response times, as noted in the company’s announcement. The subscription was launched in February and costs $20 monthly for the upgraded features, including access to ChatGPT during peak times.
Finally, there is the question of privacy. ChatGPT can collect a lot of data about you, such as your location, contacts, conversations, and more. This data can be used to target ads or even sold to third parties. This raises serious concerns about privacy and data security.
Overall, ChatGPT can be a useful tool for those who want a digital assistant on their iPhone. But it’s important to understand the potential drawbacks before using it. Think carefully about whether or not it’s right for you, and make sure you read the fine print before signing up.
Only a few days after Google announced that its AI chatbot, Bard, which had been unveiled during the Google I/O developer conference, was now available in English, the app arrived with no further waiting list.