ChatGPT: The Tech App of the Day


Today’s What the Tech? App of the Day is OpenAI’s Chat GPT, a tool that allows users to get instant answers to any question they have. This app, available for both iPhones and iPads through the App Store and soon available for Android devices through Google Play Store, makes it easier and faster to get the answers you need.

Chat GPT is powered by Artificial Intelligence, so when you request something like a paper, blog post, song, or even a movie script, you’ll get an instant result. It can also be used by many different professionals, such as real estate agents who use it to create listings, or teachers requiring assistance with lesson plans, or, if you have to plan a vacation, you can ask Chat GPT to plan it for you based on the activities you’d like to do on your holiday.

Open AI is an artificial intelligence research laboratory founded in 2015 that works with leading researchers in the field. It is dedicated to creating a digital world in which all of humanity’s questions and concerns can find open and satisfying answers. Open AI was founded by business magnate Elon Musk, as well as Greg Brockman, Ilya Sutskever, and other research scientists from leading academic institutions in the world.

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