OpenAI’s ChatGPT provides human-like responses. But what if it could be done within WhatsApp, one of the most popular chat apps? “God in a Box” aims to achieve this. This will offer a similar experience to OpenAI’s chatbot for WhatsApp. “God in a Box” is based on the GPT3.5 model, just like ChatGPT.
ChatGPT is available free of charge, but this version comes with a $9 monthly subscription. The ‘God In A Box’ feature is currently being introduced in phases. Users can sign up for the waiting list to receive the beta key to access the ChatGPT-powered chatbox on WhatsApp.
This tool can be conveyed as a friend who can listen to your questions and provide natural-sounding answers. You can also reset the conversation by clicking the reset button. All conversations will be reset after 10 minutes of inactivity.
What about safety?
God in a Box is safe and does not store any messages. You can only send three messages per 10 seconds to prevent abuse. Screenshots show that God in a box can answer philosophical questions and even help you plan your next date.
As with any AI, there are limitations. Keep that in mind as you use these tools for your daily tasks. ChatGPT has limitations and biases and seems to repeat many of the answers. The same model is used in “God in a Box,” so expect the same flaws.