After the ChatGPT-based chatbot for Snapchat, a similar step was taken for Discord. ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence-based chatbot, continues to deeply affect the technology world. ChatGPT, which was integrated into the new Bing by Microsoft in recent weeks, will soon be included in the popular communication application Discord. OpenAI’s ChatGPT can also be used separately.
Discord is using OpenAI’s ChatGPT to improve its Clyde bot
Discord has decided to use OpenAI’s ChatGPT to turn its existing Clyde bot into an advanced chatbot. According to the statement, Clyde will be able to answer questions asked by people in the coming weeks. It will also be able to chat with users on almost any topic. We’ve already seen ChatGPT hallucinate and generate false information. Microsoft’s new Bing chatbot gives wild and rude responses. So we’re looking forward to seeing how it turns out this time.
The company will also utilize other OpenAI technologies to make Discord more user-friendly. For example, the AutoMod system prepared for the automatic management of chat channels will be combined with artificial intelligence. Thus, channels will be protected from unwanted messages more effectively than before.
OpenAI will also offer an AI-supported “summarization feature” on the integrated servers. In this way, you will be able to see a short summary of the conversations accumulated in the channel you follow at any time. This feature looks really good on paper and will save a lot of people a lot of time.
As we said at the beginning, ChatGPT will soon be at the center of Snapchat. At first, this system will be exclusive to paid Snapchat Plus subscribers, but it will be open to everyone in the future. This development, announced by Snap CEO Evan Spiegel, seems really interesting and makes sense to increase the usage of the platform. In this way, the company aims for users to return to the application more often. The company calls its ChatGPT-based chatbot “My AI”.