Twitter Indian Competitor Koo Integrates ChatGPT to Help Users Create Posts

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Koo, the Indian rival of microblogging site Twitter, has integrated OpenAI’s ChatGPT. This will help users in creating posts. ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence bot that can generate content when prompted. Its popularity is increasing rapidly in the tech industry.

Mayank Bidawatka, Koo’s co-founder, told Reuters that users will be able to draft posts on various topics with the help of ChatGPT inside the app. “Users can ask about the trending news in their area and then write their views,” he said. Last week, big tech companies Microsoft and Google announced their generative AI chatbots, which will be able to collect information available on the internet in response to searches. Snap Inc, owner of photo messaging app Snapchat, has also introduced a chatbot which has been trained to respond in a fun way.

Bidawatka said that integrating technology with the ability to generate post Koo The first will be the platform. For this, users will be able to type their signals in the ChatGPT tool or use Koo’s voice command feature. About 20 percent of Koo users create content on the app and the integration of ChatGPT will help increase this figure. This feature will initially be provided to verified accounts on Koo and later it will be available to all users.

Twitter is facing tough competition from Koo app. Last year, Koo became the second largest microblogging platform in terms of user downloads. It is the only Indian platform to compete with platforms like Gettr, Truth Social, Mastodon and Parler. Koo had introduced four new features for users. These include the ability for users to upload up to 10 profile pictures, as well as save, schedule and draft a Koo post. Koo post is like a tweet. Koo users will be able to schedule a post at a later date and time. This will allow a large post to be scheduled in parts at different times, thereby filling up the user’s followers’ feeds less. Elon Musk, chief executive of electric car maker Tesla, bought Twitter late last year.

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