ChatGPT AI comes to the wrist with Apple watch support

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ChatGPT AI comes to the wrist with Apple watch support (Image:
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Delhi : Apple Watch users may now utilise the specific WatchGPT app to access ChatGPT, the acclaimed OpenAI AI-powered chatbot. The programme is available on the App Store for $3.99 (roughly Rs. 328) and enables users to communicate with ChatGPT directly from their watch screen. Also, users can share their WatchGPT comments using the app immediately from their Apple Watch via texts, emails, and social media. The description of the software on the App Store emphasises how simple it is to use and how well it works with Apple Watch. Users may now chat with ChatGPT whenever they want, wherever they are, by simply tapping their wrist with WatchGPT.

The creator of WatchGPT, Hidde van der Ploeg, announced on Twitter that the software is now accessible on the App Store, including in India. From their watch screen, users may utilise the app to communicate with ChatGPT and share their responses via SMS, email, and social media. Nevertheless, it requires iOS 13.0 or later-running smartphones, and the download size is 2.6MB.

Apple Watch owners can now receive longer generated messages in addition to fast responses without having to type anything. The Apple App Store offers the WatchGPT app for download in English, Dutch, French, and Spanish.

Also, the creator of WatchGPT has disclosed planned improvements to the application, which will provide users the choice to utilise their own API key, access history, and the built-in capacity to follow vocal input by default. Moreover, the software will enable responses to be read aloud by the app, improving the user experience.

Nevertheless, in a key technological development, Apple has created blood glucose monitoring technology for next Apple Watch models. The process uses a specific silicon photonics chip in conjunction with optical absorption spectroscopy to emit light at predefined wavelengths. This method detects a user's blood glucose levels precisely without using a needle to draw blood samples.