Snapchat launches its own ChatGPT-powered chatbot “My AI”

Snapchat launches its own ChatGPT-powered chatbot “My AI”

Snapchat launches its own ChatGPT-powered chatbot "My AI"

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Social media company Snap said on Monday it was rolling out an experimental chatbot feature running on OpenAI’s GPT technology to some users of its Snapchat photo messaging app. The feature dubbed My AI will run the latest version of OpenAI’s GPT technology which has been customized for Snapchat. The AI ​​chatbot will initially roll out to Snapchat+ subscribers on a trial basis, releasing this week. The social media platform also asked users to submit their feedback to improve the chatbot for future application.


In an official blog post, Snap announced the launch of its experimental AI chatbot that runs on the latest version of OpenAI’s GPT technology. The chatbot or My AI will roll out this week and will be limited to subscribed users on Snapchat+ for now. However, this could be rolled out to all Snapchat users in the coming months. The company did not hint at such a development in its blog post.

Snap clarified that it is possible for My AI, in its initial phase, to make mistakes, but the company aims to avoid any “biased, incorrect, harmful or misleading information” through the chatbot. Similar to other chatbots like Microsoft’s ChatGPT or Google Bard, My AI can reveal unwanted information.

However, the company will record all conversations to review the experimental chatbot. Based on the user review and feedback, the company will introduce further changes for improvement. Snap also asked its users to avoid sharing secrets and personal information with the AI ​​chatbot.

Last week, Meta announced a research tool for creating chatbots and other AI-based products, named LLaMA. The tools are expected to be available to AI researchers soon. However, it is currently not available on Meta-owned apps such as WhatsApp and Facebook.

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