Aside from war, chemical spills, and unrelenting financial doom there’s been one more topic that’s dominated the news for the past few months…ChatGPT.
I remember mentioning in a post a few months ago that I wondered which mobile app would be the first bridge between our mobile phones and ChatGPT.
A few days ago I found an article about how to create a voice activated shortcut in iOS that allows you to use ChatGPT as your personal assistant on iPhone. Here's another article with more detailed steps.
If you’re anything like me you won’t miss Siri one bit. I’ve had an iPhone for years and have grown so frustrated at the ineptitude of Apple’s personal assistant, Siri, that I hardly ever use it. Siri seems many steps behind other competitors like Alexa and Google Assistant. I'm at a loss why a company as large as Apple hasn't spent more resources making it better.
The ChatGPT set-up doesn’t sound particularly easy but after reading through the instructions I don’t think it would be too difficult for most tech-minded people to accomplish if they’re willing to spend an hour or so on it.
Here’s a video with some of the more advanced examples of what this ChatGPT integration with iOS can do. I have to say, it's pretty impressive.
I wouldn’t, personally, be able to utilize all of the features just yet because we don’t have any of the “smart home” features in our condo yet. Even so, to be understood without having to repeat myself three times (and devolve into shouting profanities at my phone) and for a digital assistant to perform even basic functions flawlessly, the time invested in the installation will be well worth it.
I’m going to give this ChatGPT installation a shot at some point this week and will report my results. If you try it please let us know how it goes!
All for now. Trust your instincts, invest in you, live boldly, and take chances.
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