ChatGPT Voice AI Assistant with New Image Features by OpenAI

OpenAI is introducing new voice and image capabilities to ChatGPT, offering more intuitive interactions. Now, you can have more intuitive interactions with your AI assistant. 

Want to have a conversation using your voice? No problem.

Need to show ChatGPT an image to discuss it? You got it! 

This article explores how voice AI for business works, image features, and its potential applications in AI conversations.

Voice Conversations with ChatGPT

Exciting news! Now, you can actually talk to ChatGPT and have a back-and-forth conversation. 

ChatGPT now supports voice interactions, allowing users to have back-and-forth conversations with their AI assistant. Using this new feature, you can request stories, settle debates, and engage in interactive conversations with ChatGPT. The voice capability utilizes a text-to-speech model for generating human-like audio.

But there’s more! You’re not limited to just one voice. Instead, you get to pick from five different voices to make your conversations even more enjoyable.

ChatGPT’s Voice AI and Image Understanding

Now, you can show ChatGPT what you’re talking about by sharing images! You can now share images with ChatGPT for discussions, troubleshooting, or analysis. Whether it’s fixing your grill, deciding what to cook from your fridge, or interpreting complex graphs for work, ChatGPT can provide insights based on the images you share. 

Thanks to the power of multimodal GPT-3.5 and GPT-4 models, it uses language reasoning skills to understand and discuss a wide range of images, be it photos, screenshots, or documents.

Gradual Deployment for Safety

OpenAI’s strategy is all about taking things step by step to keep things safe and responsible. While voice technology is excellent, it comes with risks like impersonation or fraud. So, OpenAI is being cautious by rolling it out for voice chat first. They’ve teamed up with voice actors and partners, like Spotify, to ensure it’s used for specific, carefully considered cases, like Voice Translation. 

When it comes to vision-based models for images, there are some pretty unique challenges on the table. One big concern is privacy – you definitely don’t want AI analyzing and making statements about individuals without their consent. OpenAI gets this and has taken measures to ensure ChatGPT respects people’s privacy.

Plus, they’re keeping an ear out for feedback and real-world usage to improve these safety measures. So, privacy is a top priority for them.

Transparency and Model Limitations

OpenAI believes in being transparent about what ChatGPT can and cannot do. It’s excellent at transcribing English text, but it might not perform well for some other languages, especially those with non-Roman scripts. So, if you’re using ChatGPT for specialized topics or languages, it’s less proficient in, double-checking and verifying the results is a good idea. You should use the tool wisely and understand its strengths and limitations.

Expanding Access

The great voice and image features are making their debut for Plus and Enterprise users. They get their first taste! For developers, these fantastic capabilities will soon be on the way for everyone else. 

OpenAI has just significantly upgraded ChatGPT by adding voice and image capabilities. This means you can have more versatile interactions and do a whole lot more with this AI for business. It’s making your daily interactions with technology more innovative and user-friendly.

Conclusion 

OpenAI’s new voice and image capabilities in ChatGPT significantly enhance user interactions with AI assistants. You can now engage in voice conversations and share images, making tasks more intuitive. Safety and privacy are paramount, with voice technology rolled out carefully and privacy measures in place for image discussions. 

Transparent about its limitations, ChatGPT is a powerful tool best suited for English text. Initially available to Plus and Enterprise users, these capabilities promise to make AI interactions more innovative and user-friendly.

Read More: The Code Interpreter: A New Leap for ChatGPT 

Author

Oriol Zertuche

Oriol Zertuche is the CEO of CODESM and Cody AI. As an engineering student from the University of Texas-Pan American, Oriol leveraged his expertise in technology and web development to establish renowned marketing firm CODESM. He later developed Cody AI, a smart AI assistant trained to support businesses and their team members. Oriol believes in delivering practical business solutions through innovative technology.

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