WhatsApp is one of the most popular instant messaging applications in the world. It is used by more than 2 billion people around the world and in Latin America it is one of the five most popular. This app is constantly evolving and a new feature is now available for iOS and Android.
One of the new updates could include tools artificial intelligenceelements that the competition already has, but that Meta has not currently implemented in its messaging app.
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According to wabetaininfothe platform is inclusive an option for users to access a conversational AI chatbot to ask questions and perform other actions. This chatbot will be specifically based on LlaMa 2, the AI model developed by Meta that GPT-4 aims to tackle.
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WhatsApp is introducing a feature that adds a shortcut to open AI-powered chats from the Chats tab, and it’s available to some beta testers! https://t.co/IRFAys10LJ pic.twitter.com/b1cPPcaif7
— WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) November 17, 2023
Currently, a small number of users would have this option, which is in the testing phase. In fact, the latest WhatsApp app already reveals a new one chatbot access button on the platform home screen. Specifically, it’s located just above the icon that lets you start a new conversation. (JO)
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