25 May 2023
OpenAI has announced that its ChatGPT mobile app is now available in more countries, including several European countries. The app, which was initially only available on iOS and in the U.S., is a free, ad-free way to interact with the ChatGPT chatbot. Users can type or use voice input to receive AI-generated answers, and the app supports code blocks and allows users to copy and paste answers. Chat history is saved by default, but can be disabled along with data sharing. ChatGPT Plus subscribers can access GPT-4’s capabilities and enjoy faster response times. The app’s expansion to Europe coincides with OpenAI CEO Sam Altman’s meetings with European heads of states this week, where he has expressed criticisms toward rushed AI regulatory policy.
When you open the app, you can start typing text in a text box at the bottom of the screen, or you can use OpenAI’s open source speech recognition system Whisper for voice input. After you hit the send button, OpenAI processes your request and returns an AI-generated answer. You can follow up with more information or ask for a different answer. By default, ChatGPT saves your chat history and uses it for model training. If you are a ChatGPT Plus subscriber, you will be able to access GPT-4’s capabilities through the mobile app.
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