Solana (SOL) users will soon be able to interact with the network through an open source add-on enabled in OpenAI’s artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot, ChatGPT.
The add-on will allow ChatGPT to check wallet balances, transfer tokens and purchase NFTs as soon as OpenAI makes these add-ons available, according to an announcement from Solana Labs, the developer of the Solana blockchain.
In addition, Solana Labs is encouraging developers to try, using open source, to retrieve data within the chain that may be of interest to them. For example, based on a screenshot shared by Solana Labs, ChatGPT can retrieve a list of NFTs belonging to a specific Solana address.
However, Solana Labs did not advise whether this add-on will be released when OpenAI makes the add-on available to everyone.
How it works
The new ChatGPT additions work by retrieving information from web sources and interacting with third-party websites to be able to respond to commands received from the user. Currently, the functionality is available to all users.
Focus on artificial intelligence
It seems that Solana Labs is focusing on artificial intelligence, having announced on 25 April that it will offer $1 million in funding to projects that build artificial intelligence tools on the Solana network.
However, OpenAI announced that ChatGPT users can now “turn off” their chat history, thanks to a new privacy feature. This new feature was released to give users more control over their data.
The company added:
“Conversations initiated when chat history is disabled will not be used to train and improve our models and will not appear in the history sidebar.”
The feature can be found in ChatGPT’s settings, which can be changed at any time, OpenAI said.
OpenAI explained that deleted chats will be kept for 30 days in order to check for any abusive material. Once deleted, this will be made permanent.
They “download” their data
The AI company has also added a new “export” option for users to download their data and better understand the information that ChatGPT stores.
The new privacy feature comes as Italy recently became the first European country to ban ChatGPT until it complies with European Union user privacy laws under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
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