A really surprising step was taken the other day. A ChatGPT-based chatbot for Snapchat was launched. ChatGPT, which can be used separately and whose foundation was integrated into the new Bing by Microsoft in recent weeks, will soon be available on Snapchat. At first, this system will be exclusive to paid Snapchat Plus subscribers. It will be open to everyone in the following period.
Snapchat’s AI bot “My AI” powered by ChatGPT will only be available to Plus subscribers for now
This development announced by Snap CEO Evan Spiegel seems really interesting. It also makes sense to increase the use of the platform. The company calls its ChatGPT-based chatbot “My AI”. The company states that we will start talking to artificial intelligence systems as well as family and friends every day. In addition, it states that they have customized the basis of ChatGPT within their own rules.
According to the statement made, “My AI” will not respond to users about issues such as swearing, violence, obscene content, or politics. It is also stated that the system will avoid responding to some academic subjects. This system is of course made possible by the OpenAI partnership behind ChatGPT. OpenAI is currently working with many companies, especially Microsoft. The company is seriously commercializing its artificial intelligence system.
So is Snapchat still in use? The answer is yes, as we learned last week. According to current data, the platform has more than 750 million monthly active users. The company says that 375 million people are currently logging in every day.
Snap expects Snapchat to reach more than 1 billion users in the next two to three years. Snap says its real-time location-sharing system has reached 300 million monthly users, and it seems generally satisfied with these figures. Because 750 million monthly active users attract the attention of advertisers. This means serious revenue for the company.