According to a press statement from the firm, Snapchat has debuted its own chatbot named “My AI” using the most recent version of OpenAI’s fast-expanding generative text engine, ChatGPT. Only Snapchat+ subscribers will currently be able to use My AI. At $3.99 (Rs 329) a month, these subscribers get access to “exclusive, experimental, and pre-release features.”
The firm announced the new features in a news statement, saying, “My AI can give birthday present ideas for your BFF, arrange a hiking trip for a long weekend, suggest a recipe for dinner, or even write a haiku about cheese for your cheddar-obsessed friend.”
The social media platform issued a warning nonetheless, stating that the chatbot is prone to delusion and can be misled into saying just about anything. Please be aware of its numerous flaws and accept our sincere apologies, it continued.
The company further advised customers not to divulge any secrets to My AInand not to rely on its recommendations. To improve accuracy, the corporation will record and examine the user discussions. The company added, “My AI is meant to avoid biased, erroneous, damaging, or misleading information, but errors may occur.
The outlet claims that My AI is currently just a mobile-friendly rendition of ChatGPT inside Snapchat. The version of the social networking application can only respond to fewer inquiries, and that is the main difference. Also, the bot has been programmed to abide by the company’s trust and safety standards and to refrain from responding with profanity, violence, sexual content, or opinions on things like politics.