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A Significant Development In OpenAI's ChatGPT – It Will 'See, Hear, And Talk'


A significant update to OpenAI's ChatGPT will make it possible for the popular chatbot to communicate with users via speech and visuals, bringing it closer to other well-known artificial intelligence (AI) assistants like Apple's Siri.
According to a blog post published by OpenAI on Monday, the voice capability "opens doors to many creative and accessibility-focused applications."
Similar AI programmes like Siri, Google Assistant, and Amazon.com's Alexa are built into the hardware they run on and frequently used to set alarms and reminders, deliver information from the internet, and perform other similar tasks.
Since its release last year, ChatGPT has been used by businesses for a variety of activities, including generating computer code and summarising documents. This has sparked a scramble among Big Tech companies to introduce their own products based on generative AI.
In addition to reading aloud user-submitted material, ChatGPT's new voice feature can end dinnertime arguments and narrate bedtime stories.
According to OpenAI, Spotify is using the underlying technology to enable podcasters on the site to translate their content into several languages.
Users can snap pictures of the environment and ask the chatbot to "troubleshoot why your grill won't start, explore the contents of your fridge to plan a meal, or analyse a complex graph for work-related information" with the use of images assistance.
Right now, most people prefer using Google Lens from Alphabet to learn more about photographs.
Over the following two weeks, members to ChatGPT's Plus and Enterprise services will start receiving the additional capabilities.