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Snapchat Launches "My AI," Its Own ChatGPT-powered Chatbot

On Monday, the widely used social networking app snapchat launches "my ai". It did so by utilizing the most recent version of OpenAI's fast-expanding generative text tool known as ChatGPT.

Author:Daniel BarrettFeb 28, 2023167 Shares2386 Views
On Monday, the widely used social networking app Snapchat launches "my AI". It did so by utilizing the most recent version of OpenAI's fast-expanding generative text tool known as ChatGPT.
My AI is a personalized chatbot that is now accessible to users that subscribe to Snapchat Plus and pay the service's monthly fee of $3.99 to gain access to "exclusive, experimental, and pre-release features."
Snapchat refers to the new fake companion as a "fun and experimental buddy" in its marketing materials.
"Chat about your day or write a haiku about your bestie," Snapchat said in a demo of My AI.
My AI is also capable of offering birthday presents for friends, supporting users in organizing weekend excursions, and suggesting supper meal ideas, as said in a newsstatement that Snapchat made to reveal the new function.
According to the information supplied by the company, the chatbot in question is also capable of having a name assigned to it.

Despite The Presence Of Bugs, It Is Widely Supported By Professionals

The utilization of ChatGPT by professionals working in a number of fields as administrative assistants, for the development of written content, and even for the discharge of legal tasks has been rapidly adopted.

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Since it was made available to the general public for the first time in the month of December, ChatGPT has been able to acquire new users at a rate that is faster than that of the most popular consumer apps that have been launched up to this point.
ChatGPT acquired 57 million monthly active users in less than one month after it became available to the public.
Experts have been left amazed and concerned by the capabilities of the generative text tool due to the level of assurance with which it may occasionally spout off inaccurate information. This has caused the specialists to be left both amazed and concerned.

"Likely To Experience Hallucinations"

Snapchat issued a warning concerning its My AI feature, stating that "as with all AI-powered chatbots, My AI is prone to hallucination and can be tricked into saying just about anything." Snapchat added:
Please be aware of its many deficiencies and sorry in advance!- Snapchat
Whenever a user interacts with My AI, the company will record such exchanges and then review them in order to improve the accuracy of the service.
A two-faced creature with an AI brain
A two-faced creature with an AI brain
Due to the fact that this feature discourages users from doing so, users are strongly urged not to confide in My AI or depend on it for counsel.
At the same time, Snapchat encourages its users to contact My AI for aid in planning their weekends, as well as for recommendations on where to dine, what to buy as gifts, and how to organize their weekend activities.
According to Evan Spiegel, co-founder and CEO of Snapchat, the company's adoption of chatbots powered by AI comes at a time when AI is becoming increasingly integrated into our day-to-day lives.
This is something that Spiegel highlighted in a recent interview. He told The Verge:
The big idea is that in addition to talking to our friends and family every day, we're going to talk to AI every day. And this is something we're well positioned to do as a messaging service.- Evan Spiegel
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