ChatGPT Launches Voice Feature, Free for Everyone
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ChatGPT Launches Voice Feature, Free for Everyone

OpenAI, the company that developed the AI chat tool ChatGPT, has declared the release of a new voice feature that is now accessible and free for all users of the tool.

“ChatGPT with voice is now available to all free users. Download the app on your phone and tap the headphones icon to start a conversation,” it stated in a post on X.

ChatGPT Voice Feature Available To Everyone

A recent post on X (formerly Twitter) announced that the voice feature is now accessible and free for all users.

In the trailer, a lady asks ChatGPT about the ideal number of pizza slices to order for 778 people. ChatGPT promptly replies, recommending an average of 3 slices per person, ensuring a total of 190 slices to guarantee everyone receives at least 3 slices.

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ChatGPT Makes Crypto Price Predictions In Recent Times

This comes after it was recently reported that ChatGPT gave out crypto price predictions recently.

ChatGPT predicts that Solana will reach $100 by the close of 2023 and $250 by the close of 2024. 

This outlook is primarily because of the current performance of the smart contract platform and the project’s plans to cement its position, competing with Ethereum.

The AI platform cites Solana’s scalability, low fees, and the expanding ecosystem of dApps as drivers of price in the coming months. Like Ethereum (ETH), Solana offers a platform for deploying smart contracts.

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