ChatGPT’s voice feature is now available for free to all users. In a publication on X (formerly Twitter)OpenAI announced that users can now tap the headset icon to use their voice to speak with ChatGPT in the mobile app, as well as get an audible response.
The release comes as OpenAI staff grapple with the sudden ousting of its CEO and complicated negotiations for his return. The demo included in OpenAI’s post on X even jokes about the ongoing drama, which has played out late at night over the past few days.
In the example, someone asks ChatGPT: “It’s been a long night for the team and we’re hungry. How many 16 inch pizzas should I order for 778 people? » OpenAI has roughly the same number of employees, most of whom recently threatened to quit unless the entire board resigns.
Former OpenAI president Greg Brockman, who resigned after Altman’s ouster, reposted OpenAI’s announcement on X, saying: “Try it, it totally changes the ChatGPT experience.” » Brockman is also open to returning to OpenAI according to The edge‘s report.