Discord updates its bot with ChatGPT
Discord has announced some big changes to its platform today, all focused on bringing more AI capabilities to its users. The first, and perhaps most impactful, is the integration of ChatGPT into the Discord bot. This will allow users to get automated summaries of their conversations, as well as more features that are yet to be announced. Discord is also rolling out AI-generated conversation summaries to all users, starting with a small group of testers.
This is a big move for Discord, and one that could really change the way people use the platform. ChatGPT is a powerful chatbot that can already be found in a number of other chat platforms, but this is the first time it’s being integrated into Discord. The move will no doubt be welcomed by many users, as it will make it easier to keep track of conversations and make sure you don’t miss anything important.
Of course, not everyone will be happy with the changes. Some people will no doubt see this as another way for Discord to “spy” on its users, and there will no doubt be some who will simply never trust a chatbot with their conversations. However, it’s important to remember that these features are opt-in, and that Discord has been clear from the start that it will never sell user data.
Overall, these are exciting changes for Discord, and it’s clear that the platform is continuing to evolve and grow. It will be interesting to see how these new features are received by the users, and how they change the way people use the platform.