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Use ChatGPT on WhatsApp: A guide for you

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OpenAI’s artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot ChatGPT has become a buzzword which drew attention from all over the world for its amazing human-like skill to respond to complex questions including passing professional exams.

These days AI can be found everywhere, from our Facebook feed to news searches and Apple wristwatches. People have heard a lot about ChatGPT but fewer know how to use it.

People have also been wondering whether ChatGPT can be used on WhatsApp. Here we will tell you how to use the AI chatbot for your WhatsApp messenger.

ChatGPT on WhatsApp by Jinni

WhatApp bot powered by ChatGPT, Jinni has been integrated to the messaging app and the first thing you need to do is go on the official website of Jinni and click on the launch WhatsApp button. Your WhatsApp will automatically open.

Secondly, when WhatsApp opens the Jinni chat screen will open and what you have to do is type hello and it will respond promptly. This way you can talk to the bot and ask whatever questions you have. Welcome to the ChatGPT.

However, the services is paid and offers seven days of a free trial. It can be purchased for $5.99/month.

ChatGPT on WhatsApp by Shmooz AI

You can also use ChatGPT on WhatsApp by using Shmooz AI.

First, you need to visit the official website of Shmooz and click on the option Start Shmoozing which will direct you to your WhatsApp. Then click on continue to chat, the chat screen will open. In the chat bar, the message will be already typed by the system which will promptly respond to you.

Keep in mind that this is also paid and allows you to send only five messages. After that, will ask you to subscribe to the premium which costs $9.99 monthly with unlimited access.

Other ChatGPT WhatsApp platforms

Apart from the aforementioned bots, there are some below that you can try, however, since in high demand, they can give a slow response and also go offline sometimes.

1. MobileGPT: It is another platform in which you can access to ChatGPT in your WhatsApp. It also generates images for you other than responses.

2. WhatGPT: This chatbot also offers you an option to transcribe your audio text into text. It also summarises YouTube videos and generates images created by AI.

By using these chatbots you can use ChatGPT in WhatsApp without any problem. If any problem occurs you need to visit the website of that chatbot and see if they have issued an update regarding the problem. Other than that premium subscription will allow you to benefit from it without any hindrance. 

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Google uses AI to telecast the Paris Olympics in the US

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As announced in a statement by the three organizations, Google will be Team USA’s official search AI partner, becoming the first digital business to work with the sports NGO.

In an effort to draw in people who don’t watch live television and younger viewers who are used to seeing clips online, NBCUniversal, the company that broadcasts the Games in the United States, is updating its programming at the same time as the announcement.

Earlier, the media firm controlled by Comcast announced that it would introduce daily recaps of the competition that are tailored by artificial intelligence (AI) and narrated by AI versions of real people, such sports commentator Al Michaels.

NBCUniversal’s anchors will use Google Search’s AI summaries to respond to queries regarding specific sports, including how crucial pool-lane assignments are in swimming competitions, during daytime and primetime coverage of the Olympics.

Without requiring the user to click through to a website, Google’s AI summaries offer written answers to search inquiries.

Google’s Gemini AI model will be utilized by comedian Leslie Jones, who will be a pundit in Paris, to engage viewers and acquire knowledge about new sports.

The Paris Olympics get underway on July 26.

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‘e-procurement system should be implemented throughout the country’

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The e-procurement system was implemented, according to a news release from the PPRA managing director, in order to decrease public spending by increasing transparency.

Hasnat Ahmed Qureshi stated that the system would soon be adopted nationwide, including in Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan, following its installation in 27 ministries and 280 governmental departments.

In cooperation with the Federal Board of Revenue, Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan, Accountant General Pakistan Revenues, and State Bank of Pakistan, he said, a system was planned to facilitate procurement agencies and suppliers. One-window operation and e-payment options will be provided by the system.

The PPRA managing director also noted that the Finance Ministry and the Cabinet Division, which are acting in accordance with the Prime Minister’s instruction, have made significant contributions to the implementation of the e-procurement system.

8,500 government workers and vendors have received specialized training for the “E-Pak Acquisition and Disposal System” initiative, which was started with support from the World Bank in March 2023.

The Procurement Rules 2004 have undergone 25 revisions by the federal PPRA in order to provide an easy and uncomplicated procurement process.

For the convenience of procurement engineers and suppliers, the PPRA has released high-quality bidding documents and procurement regulations. Additionally, help desks that offer daily technical support to departments and suppliers have been set up.

After successfully registering for free on the e-procurement system, about 13,000 suppliers and commercial entities are now qualified to participate in federal government procurement processes.

The e-procurement system, which would assist the provinces in ensuring efficient and transparent procurement procedures, has been given to Punjab, Sindh, and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa by the federal PPRA. Since July 1, the Punjabi government has successfully brought the e-procurement system into the province in an effort to guarantee openness.

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The China-Pakistan alliance aims to introduce environmentally friendly solar-powered electric bicycles.

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Recently, a preliminary cooperation deal was made to bring eco-friendly solar e-bikes to Pakistan by Road King, a well-known electric scooter company in Pakistan, and AGAO Solar Mobility, a China-based startup that specialises in solar-powered scooters.

With solar panels installed, solar scooters are environmentally friendly electric scooters. Instead of using conventional charging methods, these panels use solar energy to recharge the scooter’s battery. The Chinese company said that the short-distance, carbon-emission-free scooter and solar energy combination is dedicated to this goal.

The demand for products in Pakistan’s local transportation industry, trends in product development, and particular cooperative methods were all extensively discussed by the parties at the conference, according to CEN.

The Chinese firm promised to help Road King with product optimisation, marketing support, and technical support for solar-powered e-bikes. Developing superior transport products in tandem with the needs of the regional market is the aim.

As the delegation from Road King pointed out, we will aggressively pursue collaboration with the Chinese side and bring solar e-bikes to the Pakistani market. The high efficiency and eco-friendliness of solar e-bikes perfectly match Pakistan’s present need for environmentally friendly transportation.

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