Twitter competitor Koo uses ChatGPT to publish for users.

According to the company’s co-founder, Koo, an India-based social networking application designed to compete with Twitter, has integrated OpenAI’s ChatGPT to make it easier for users to publish postings.


ChatGPT is an AI bot that can write prose in response to cues and has sparked a craze for AI in the technology business.

Koo users will be able to use ChatGPT directly within the app to help them make posts about current events, politics, and pop culture, according to an interview with Koo co-founder Mayank Bidawatka

“This will stimulate creative individuals to create,” he explained. Users can ask ChatGPT what’s trending in their area and then record their opinions.

Microsoft and Google unveiled their AI-powered chatbots that can aggregate information from around the web in response to last month’s search queries. Snap Inc, which controls the image-messaging application Snapchat, recently introduced a chatbot.

Bidwatka stated that Ku would be the first platform to include technology in the post-writing process. Customers can either write their directions into ChatGPT or use the voice command capability of Koo.

ChatGPT integration can assist in raising the percentage of Koo users who produce active content in the app, which is approximately 20%.

The service will initially be pushed out to verified Koo accounts and later become accessible to all users.

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