OpenAI has introduced voice and image prompts to ChatGPT. This new feature allows users to prompt ChatGPT to generate text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer questions in an informative way using either voice or image prompts.
To use voice prompts, users simply need to speak aloud and ChatGPT will transcribe their speech and use it as the prompt. To use image prompts, users can upload an image to ChatGPT and it will use the image as the prompt.
This new feature opens up a lot of new possibilities for how ChatGPT can be used. For example, users can now have a live conversation with ChatGPT about an image they are looking at, or they can ask ChatGPT to generate text based on an image. This feature can also be used to help people with disabilities, such as those who have difficulty typing, to communicate more easily.
The new voice and image prompts feature is currently only available to ChatGPT Plus and Enterprise users. However, OpenAI plans to roll it out to all users soon.
Here are some examples of how the new voice and image prompts feature can be used:
- Voice prompts:
- “ChatGPT, tell me a story about the picture I just showed you.”
- “ChatGPT, translate this sentence into Spanish: ‘I am hungry.'”
- “ChatGPT, write a poem about a cat.”
- Image prompts:
- Show ChatGPT a picture of a cat and ask it to write a poem about it.
- Show ChatGPT a picture of a recipe and ask it to generate step-by-step instructions on how to make the dish.
- Show ChatGPT a picture of a math problem and ask it to solve it.
I am excited to see how people use the new voice and image prompts feature to interact with ChatGPT in new and creative ways.