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After initially releasing its ChatGPT iOS app throughout the US in mid-May, OpenAI has now kept its promise to roll out to more nations in the “coming weeks” by doing so in 11 additional nations. A diverse range of nations can now access the app, including iOS users in Albania, Croatia, France, Germany, Ireland, Jamaica, Korea, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Nigeria, and the UK.
US users can download the app here: https://t.co/r4NyWfui8B
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With chat history synchronized between the computer and iPhone, the ChatGPT app functions and appears just like the website. Subscribers to ChatGPT Plus have access to GPT-4 via the app and get quicker responses. One new feature that sets the app apart from the website is Whisper speech recognition, which enables voice input.
According to OpenAI, ChatGPT will be accessible on cellphones everywhere “soon.” Remember that despite OpenAI’s original iOS app release stating “Android users, you’re next,” there is still no ChatGPT app anywhere for Android users.
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The global discussion on policies is accelerated by AI’s expansion and ongoing accessibility improvements. Sam Altman, CEO of OpenAI, reportedly mentioned the prospect of withdrawing ChatGPT from the European Union if the business determines it cannot comply with impending legislation. Sundar Pichai, CEO of Alphabet, is collaborating closely with the European Commission to implement AI rules.