Android phone owners have received good news: OpenAI, a leading AI research company, has expanded ChatGPT's voice chat functionality to all Android users.

From now on, if an Android device feels lonely, it won't have to put up with it, because it can have a natural back-and-forth conversation with OpenAI's chatbot, ChatGPT, as if they were talking to a friend. Previously, the voice chat feature was only available to paid subscribers, but recently OpenAI made it free for everyone, and in fact, it has just arrived everywhere.

To start using ChatGPT voice chats, download and open the ChatGPT Android app. You can see the headphone icon in the bottom right corner, tap on it to start the conversation. OpenAI explains that the new capability is powered by a new text-to-speech model that can generate a human voice from just text and a few seconds of speech sample. The company worked with professional voice actors to create each voice.

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OpenAI appears to be working on new features for ChatGPT to improve its availability and functionality on Android devices. Recent updates to the app suggest that Android users may soon get the option to use ChatGPT instead of Google Assistant. Both the in-app icon and UI elements indicate that the ChatGPT digital assistant is designed for Android devices.

In addition to the advantages, ChatGPT voice chats can also have disadvantages. For example, we should keep in mind that ChatGPT is a machine learning model but it is not perfect. Sometimes errors may occur or incorrect information may be generated. That is, the AI ​​is hallucinating, and this can cause problems.

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