Is ChatGPT Free or Paid? Open AI’s chatbot is currently in headlines worldwide. It is being said about the chatbot that this tech giant can compete with Google in the coming times. Actually, this chatbot of Open AI is based on machine learning in which all publicly available data has been fed. Because this chatbot is in the headlines at the moment, its popularity is also being taken advantage of in a wrong way. Some people are cheating people by making fake apps. In such a situation, today through this article, know whether Open Eye’s chatbot is free or you will have to pay for it. Also know from where you can use it safely.
Anyone can run ChatGPT?
Anyone can use this chatbot of Open AI for free. Yes, absolutely free. You do not have to pay any kind for this. In fact, people are being cheated by creating a fake app named Chat GPT on many app stores and a demand is being made to take a subscription. In such a situation, you should avoid all this and use it carefully. ‘Chat GPT’ is a free AI tool. You can easily access it by going to the web browser.
Follow these steps to use on mobile
To use this chatbot in your mobile phone, first of all you have to go to the official website of OpenAI (https://openai.com/blog/chatgpt/). After going to the website, you will see the option of Try Chat GPT, on which you have to click. If you are visiting the website for the first time then you have to sign-up. For this, you can use your WhatsApp number or email ID. Once you sign-up, you will need to log-in and thus you will be able to use the chatbot. After logging in, you will see a search bar in which you have to type your question. As soon as you press enter, the answer will appear in front of you. Until you ask the chatbot to stop, it will keep answering your questions in detail.
Let us tell you, Open AI is a company doing research on Artificial Intelligence, which was started in 2015 by Elon Musk and Sam Altman. Although later Elon Musk separated from this project. At present, Open AI is supported by Microsoft.
Disclaimer! Whatever answers/responses have come after asking questions on OpenAI’s ChatGPT, we have used them exactly in the news. We are not responsible for the responses provided by ChatGPT or their effects.