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OpenAI updates ChatGPT's seeing, hearing, talking ability

OpenAI announced this new feature on its official platforms.



OpenAI updates ChatGPT's seeing, hearing, talking ability
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California: OpenAI has transformed its Chat GPT into an AI powerhouse capable of 'seeing, hearing, and talking.'

This announcement comes as part of a significant update to the AI chatbot, ushering in a new era of interactive and dynamic conversations.

With these groundbreaking enhancements, users can now engage with ChatGPT via mobile devices, offering the flexibility of choosing from five distinct voices for their conversations.

This choice of voice adds a layer of personalization to the user experience, making interactions with the chatbot more engaging and relatable.

But the innovations don't stop there. ChatGPT's newfound abilities also include the capability to receive and analyze images shared by users.

This feature opens up exciting possibilities for visual communication and query-based image analysis.

These cutting-edge features are set to roll out to users subscribing to the premium service over the next two weeks, adding even more value to the AI-powered experience.

It's worth noting that the voice chat option will initially be available within ChatGPT's dedicated app on iOS and Android devices, while the image processing feature will be accessible across all platforms.

Since its initial introduction by OpenAI in November 2022, ChatGPT has garnered immense popularity, with millions of users worldwide engaging with the AI chatbot.

This success has spurred other major tech giants like Google and Meta to enter the AI chatbot arena.

Microsoft, in particular, has adopted ChatGPT-based AI systems across a range of its services, highlighting the far-reaching impact of this technology on various industries.

OpenAI has also emphasized the storytelling potential of ChatGPT's new voice feature, hinting at its role as a storyteller during nighttime interactions.

Furthermore, users will have the ability to capture images of their surroundings and pose inquiries to ChatGPT about them, akin to the functionality offered by Google Lens.