WhatsApp AI: Meta is Bringing AI Chat to WhatsApp and Messenger

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The Artificial Intelligence (AI) fever has suddenly set a new trend in the tech world. It has brought a new light that has enlightened tech enthusiasts and forced tech companies to join the new trend. The evolution of AI tools like ChatGPT has prompted giant tech companies like Google, Microsoft and Meta on how influential AI could be.

Microsoft has already invested a huge sum of money into Open AI and has started integrating the AI tool into its products and services. Google has also come out with its own AI tool called Google Bard. With reports of a new AI experimentations, Meta is the latest tech company to get on the AI train.

Meta is Working on an AI Tool for its Products and Services Meta WhatsApp AI

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced that the company is currently working on a new top-level product group. This product will integrate generative AI into its services that are used by billions of users around the world.

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Zuckerberg further explained that the team will first of all focus on building AI creative tools. However, the long-term goal is to create an AI tool that can help people in many ways. He added that there is a lot of foundational works going on and that the company will make a public announcement after the works on the foundations are complete.

Meta will Bring AI to WhatsApp and Messenger Meta WhatsApp AI

The Facebook owned company will begin by testing text-based AI tool like ChatGPT on WhatsApp and Messenger. In as much as users will welcome this new feature with open arms, Meta may end up offering these features to sales and customer support businesses too.

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Apart from WhatsApp AI, Meta is also trying to use this AI tool in areas such as creating of filters and ads for Instagram. The company is also trying out options of using videos and other multimedia features.

As reported by Axios, former Apple executive, Ahmad Al-Dahle will lead this project. This team will also report to chief product officer Chris Cox.

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