Superchats new AI chatbot lets you message historical and fictional characters via ChatGPT
- The company behind the popular iPhone customization app Brass, sticker maker StickerHub and others is out today with a new AI chat app called Superchat, which allows iOS users to chat with virtual characters powered by OpenAI’s ChatGPT.
- While not limited to making characters, the feature has been used to make things like a pirate chatbot that actually responds as a pirate would, using language like “Avast, ye scurvy dog!
- Meanwhile, the artwork for the characters was created using Midjourney.A number of the characters are available for free with the app download, while others can be unlocked through a premium subscription.
- By targeting a younger demographic with an experience that feels a lot like messaging, its chatbots seem more accessible than going over to OpenAI’s website.The app itself is a free download on iOS with in-app purchases.
- This chatbot can aid users with everyday tasks, like email writing or marketing expertise.“The goal is to make AI technology accessible to everyone, not just people who know how to write great prompts,” explains Gorilla Technologies CEO Guglielmo Faglioni.
- However, this upgrade is a fairly pricey one, given the experience of chatting with AIs is available for free elsewhere — the app’s cheapest plan is $1.35 per week, if you choose an annual subscription (~$70/year).
The company behind the popular iPhone customization app Brass, sticker maker StickerHub and others is out today with a new AI chat app called SuperChat, which allows iOS users to chat with virtual ch [+4981 chars]