When OpenAI makes plugins more publicly available, the AI chatbot will be able to check wallet balances, transfer tokens, and acquire NFTs.
As soon as OpenAI’s ChatGPT AI chatbot activates an open-source plugin, Solana users will be able to speak with the network.
According to a tweet sent out on April 25 by Solana Labs, the firm responsible for establishing the Solana blockchain, once OpenAI makes plugins available, the plugin will allow ChatGPT to check wallet balances, transmit Solana-native tokens, and buy nonfungible tokens. Solana Labs also encourages developers to experiment with obtaining on-chain data using open-source code.
If the plugin would be made available to everyone when OpenAI made the plugin feature available, Solana Labs did not specify.
The new ChatGPT plugins function by obtaining information from online sources and communicating with third-party websites to reply to user requests. Users of all types now have access to the feature. However, not everyone is delighted with the improvements.
One Twitter user suggested that Solana first focuses on producing a “working block explorer,” while another questioned what utility it would offer to the ecosystem.
Solana Labs appears to be focusing more on AI, having also stated on April 25 that it would grant $1 million in funding to companies that build AI tools on Solana:
Users of ChatGPT can now remove chat history
On the same day, OpenAI disclosed a new privacy feature that allows ChatGPT users to “turn off” their chat history.
In an April 25 statement, the team announced the implementation of the new functionality, which was developed to provide customers with more control over their data. The company went on to say:
“Conversations that are started when chat history is disabled won’t be used to train and improve our models, and won’t appear in the history sidebar.”
According to OpenAI, the feature may be found in ChatGPT’s settings, which can be updated at any moment.
OpenAI noted that deleted discussions will be kept for 30 days in order to be reviewed to monitor offensive content. Conversations will be permanently removed once that has been cleared.
The AI company has launched a new “export” option for customers to extract their data and gain a better understanding of what information ChatGPT holds.
The new privacy feature comes as Italy recently became the first European country to prohibit ChatGPT from being used until it conforms with the European Union’s user privacy standards, as outlined in the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).