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You can now use ChatGPT without login account

Here are the top trending news from the world of technology. News that every tech enthusiast should keep a tab on.


You can now use ChatGPT without login account


You no longer need to create an account to use ChatGPT. Yes, you heard me right. OpenAI has just announced that users no longer have to go through the sign-up process to use its viral chatbot. The company believes that this will make its chatbot more accessible to people and experience how AI can change their life. However, mind you, not using the traditional account signup process will come with certain limitations. For example, you can’t save your chats or share them with other users. OpenAI will also continue to use your data for training its chatbot. Overall, this move will help in democratizing the AI tools and boasting OpenAI’s userbase.


Telegram challenges WhatsApp with launch of new ‘Business’ features & Revenue Sharing

Telegram is making some serious moves to take on its arch rival WhatsApp. It has announced new features targeted especially at business owners. For instance, businesses can now create a more professional image on Telegram with features like customized start pages and greetings. They will also get to enjoy chat management features to allow businesses to organize their interactions with customers more effectively. That’s not all. The WhatsApp rival has also announced a ad monetization model for its users. This means pretty soon public Telegram channels with over 1,000 subscribers will soon have a chance to earn 50% of ad revenue displayed in their content. It will be interesting to see how well these features will be received by Telegram customers and whether or not it can challenge WhatsApp dominance.


AI search engine Perplexity plans to sell Ads

Generative AI search engine Perplexity AI, which aims to take on Google and recently snagged $73 million in Series B round, is reportedly planning to incorporate ads into its platform. To start with, Perplexity may introduce native advertising within “related questions” displayed on search results. The company has promised the users these ads will be relevant and not disrupt the search experience. This move will help Perplexity in scaling up its business and might even reduce its overreliance on external funding. More importantly, it might even help the AI search engine to compete more efficiently with search giant Google.


Sam Altman no longer controls OpenAI Startup Fund

OpenAI has just announced that has restructured the governance of its venture capital fund that invests in AI startups. Sam Altman, OpenAI’s CEO, will no longer be the owner or controller of this fund. The Control of the fund has now been transferred to Ian Hathaway, who has been partner at the fund since 2021. The previous structure that saw Altman controlling the fund raised serious concerns about potential conflicts of interest. Launched in 2021 with promise to invest in promising AI startups, OpenAI Startup Fund as of today boasts $325 million in gross net asset value.

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