iPhone, iPad Users can use ChatGPT with Siri
Despite not being a fully developed product, ChatGPT continues to be one of the trendiest tech novelties in the world. ChatGPT, which is an artificial intelligence chatbot, plays a significant role in most of our day-to-day activities. ChatGPT enables the OpenAI bot to function across several platforms, which has a lot of intriguing uses. Thatswhy since its release, a lot of companies are incorporating generative AI into various apps and services than ever before.
Although Google Assistant and Siri are smart AI-powered assistants that are built into Android and iOS devices, you can now improve Siri’s capabilities by incorporating ChatGPT. Using OpenAI’s ChatGPT, here’s how to improve Apple’s Siri.
First and foremost, you need an iPhone or iPad to integrate ChatGPT with Siri. Then to access ChatGPT, you must first register for an OpenAI account. Although ChatGPT is accessible for free, a plus version incorporated with extra benefits can be purchased for $20 per month.
After creating an OpenAI account and gaining access to ChatGPT, visit the site https://platform.openai.com/. Go to the top right corner, click on the ‘Personal’ option, and select “View API Keys.” Choose “Create New Secret Key” from the sub menu, then copy the key. Keep in mind that a web browser can be used for all of these procedures.
Now take your iPhone or iPad and go to the online web browser to search for Yue-Yang’s Github. Find the most recent shortcut version. By clicking the “ChatGPT Siri” pinned post, choose “Shotcut Download.” Click “ChatGPT Siri 1.2 (English Version)” to download it. Then click on the “Set Up Shortcut” option and paste the ChatGPT API code in the text area.
Now your iPhone will display a shortcut named “ChatGPT 1.2,” where you may type your queries to receive replies. For now, the command is set to “Hey Siri, ChatGPT 1.2” to access ChatGPT via Siri.
For your convenience, you can also rename the shortcut. For instance, you can rename it “AI.” Now you can ask your queries by commanding, “Hey Siri, AI.”