ChatGPT is becoming even simpler to access for many thanks to OpenAI.
OpenAI announced on Thursday that a free ChatGPT app for iOS users in the United States will soon be available in additional countries.
Six months ago, OpenAI made ChatGPT available to the public online for the first time. The release immediately started a new AI arms race in the tech industry to create and send devices that can produce convincing composed work and pictures because of client prompts.
Additionally, it comes in the same week that OpenAI CEO Sam Altman testified in front of Congress about the dangers that AI could pose to society. He referred to the current boom in the technology as a potential “printing press moment,” but he cautioned that precautions were necessary.
The new ChatGPT app has the same features as the popular chatbot tool’s web version, so it could help increase its popularity. Users of the app will also be able to use their phone’s microphone to send voice prompts instead of typing them. Clients can likewise match up their set of experiences across gadgets.
Access to GPT-4 capabilities, the next-generation version of the tool’s technology, is one of the additional benefits that ChatGPT Plus subscribers will receive on the application for a monthly subscription fee of $20.
Mira Murati, the chief technology officer of OpenAI, claims that the company will soon release an Android version.