Here’s how to run ChatGPT like Google Assistant using this trick

In recent years, the world has witnessed a massive advancement in artificial intelligence technology, and ChatGPT is one of the most promising AI systems that have emerged. This highly intelligent AI has proven to be a game-changer in the world of technology, and it has been widely used through full web browsers or Microsoft’s Bing search integration. However, due to the absence of an official application, ChatGPT is not very mobile-friendly, making it challenging for users to run it on their Android devices.

But this situation has changed dramatically, as João Dias, the developer behind the automation app Tasker, recently integrated ChatGPT with Android in ways that will make Google Assistant jealous. In a Reddit post, João Dias announced the powerful new features he added to Tasker, which can now be used with the press of a button on Android. With the new integration, users can now type to the chatbot or speak to it by voice, although the latter takes more effort to set up. The system allows users to carry on a conversation or start a new one effortlessly. Additionally, it is now possible to change the AI’s personality. And the developer has included a few profiles to integrate the chatbot with WhatsApp.

You can now use ChatGPT instead of Google Assistant

To try out the new features, users need to ensure that they have Tasker installed and import the ChatGPT profiles from their phone’s browser. If a user has not already signed up for a ChatGPT account, they will need to do so before generating a set of API keys to enter into Tasker. For full functionality, users may also want to install the Tasker plugin AutoNotification.

Once the groundwork is laid, users can add buttons to their home screen for quick access to ChatGPT by placing Tasker’s Task Shortcut widgets anywhere, then choosing the corresponding ChatGPT task when prompted. The available options include New Chat, which starts a new conversation with ChatGPT, Continue Chat. Which allows users to ask follow-up questions, Voice Chat, which lets them actually talk to ChatGPT, Set Assistant Personality, which lets users change the chatbot’s temperament, and Summarize WhatsApp Notifications, which uses the AI to give a brief rundown of recent messages.

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It is important to note that voice chat is not easy to set up, but the app will walk users through it if they tap the question mark icon on the Say WaveNet action inside the Voice Chat task. Users will need to create a Google Cloud project and enable billing on their accounts. To generate another API key to add to Tasker. This means adding a credit card to the Google Cloud Developer page. But users shouldn’t be charged unless they use the voice output for more than 4 million characters a month.

However, users must also be cautious when using the Set Assistant Personality option. Tasker’s developer set his to “You are an assistant who never helps and is always in a bad mood”. And the chatbot fired back snarky responses like “If you are unable to answer such a simple question, I suggest you search on Google.” He was even able to set it up to where ChatGPT got quite abusive. Which could be quite scary for some users.

Despite these potential downsides, the ChatGPT integration alone makes Tasker well worth the $3.49 price. Beating Google Bard to the punch with powerful AI features on Android. Once users start using the app, they will quickly notice how it is possible to automate almost anything on their phone with Tasker. This integration has made ChatGPT more accessible to mobile users and opened up a whole new world of possibilities for integrating AI into daily life.

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