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Use ChatGPT on WhatsApp: A guide for you



OpenAI’s artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot ChatGPT has become a buzzword which drew attention from all over the world for its amazing human-like skill to respond to complex questions including passing professional exams.

These days AI can be found everywhere, from our Facebook feed to news searches and Apple wristwatches. People have heard a lot about ChatGPT but fewer know how to use it.

People have also been wondering whether ChatGPT can be used on WhatsApp. Here we will tell you how to use the AI chatbot for your WhatsApp messenger.

ChatGPT on WhatsApp by Jinni

WhatApp bot powered by ChatGPT, Jinni has been integrated to the messaging app and the first thing you need to do is go on the official website of Jinni and click on the launch WhatsApp button. Your WhatsApp will automatically open.

Secondly, when WhatsApp opens the Jinni chat screen will open and what you have to do is type hello and it will respond promptly. This way you can talk to the bot and ask whatever questions you have. Welcome to the ChatGPT.

However, the services is paid and offers seven days of a free trial. It can be purchased for $5.99/month.

ChatGPT on WhatsApp by Shmooz AI

You can also use ChatGPT on WhatsApp by using Shmooz AI.

First, you need to visit the official website of Shmooz and click on the option Start Shmoozing which will direct you to your WhatsApp. Then click on continue to chat, the chat screen will open. In the chat bar, the message will be already typed by the system which will promptly respond to you.

Keep in mind that this is also paid and allows you to send only five messages. After that, will ask you to subscribe to the premium which costs $9.99 monthly with unlimited access.

Other ChatGPT WhatsApp platforms

Apart from the aforementioned bots, there are some below that you can try, however, since in high demand, they can give a slow response and also go offline sometimes.

1. MobileGPT: It is another platform in which you can access to ChatGPT in your WhatsApp. It also generates images for you other than responses.

2. WhatGPT: This chatbot also offers you an option to transcribe your audio text into text. It also summarises YouTube videos and generates images created by AI.

By using these chatbots you can use ChatGPT in WhatsApp without any problem. If any problem occurs you need to visit the website of that chatbot and see if they have issued an update regarding the problem. Other than that premium subscription will allow you to benefit from it without any hindrance. 


Zindagi Trust gets featured on Meta website for transforming Pakistan’s education system




KARACHI: In Pakistan, where a staggering number of over 28 million children are out of school and education infrastructure widely suffers, Zindagi Trust which is a non-profit organisation, is dedicated to revolutionising the education system.

Founded in 2003 by famous Pakistani singer Shehzad Roy, the trust works on the mission to provide quality education to underprivileged children and reform government schools in Pakistan, through pilot projects at model schools and advocacy with the government.

For its success in reaching and engaging supporters as an early adopter of WhatsApp Channels, Zindagi Trust has been featured on Meta’s website as a case study for government and charities.

The Trust is notably the first non-profit organisation from Pakistan to receive this recognition.

Capitalising on the popularity of Meta-owned messaging app, WhatsApp, Zindagi Trust set out with the objective of reaching new audiences, raising awareness, and facilitating fundraising.

It launched a WhatsApp Channel, through which emphasis was placed on initiatives extending beyond model schools, impacting government schools nationwide.

Zindagi Trust saw a significant surge in followers, a 7% increase in donations, and increased reach across its social ecosystem.

Speaking to, Zindagi Trust’s Senior Marketing & Resource Development Manager Faiq Ahmed said that WhatsApp channels have significantly contributed to the realisation of Zindagi Trust’s objectives by establishing a direct and interactive platform for communication with education and child protection enthusiasts.

Talking about collaboration with the government sector, Faiq said that their advocacy initiatives with the government’s help have left an indelible mark on Pakistan, catalysing groundbreaking changes nationwide.

“Through collaboration and perseverance, we continue to shape a brighter future for the children of Pakistan, not only in the education sector but also in areas vital to the well-being of our society,” he added. 

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Facebook and Instagram full of predators for children, alleges lawsuit




Meta’s social media platforms of Facebook and Instagram have become fertile grounds for child predators and paedophiles, revealed New Mexico’s Attorney General, Raul Torrez in a lawsuit.

Torrez’s office used fake accounts to conduct investigations and discovered that these fake accounts of minors were dispatched ‘solicitations’ and explicit content.

The lawsuit seeks court-ordered changes to protect minors, asserting that Meta has neglected voluntary actions to address these issues effectively.

In its response, Meta defended its initiatives in eradicating predators. However, New Mexico’s investigation disclosed a higher prevalence of exploitative material on Facebook and Instagram compared to adult content platforms.

Attorney General Torrez underscored the platforms’ unsafe nature for children, describing them as hotspots for predators to engage in illicit activities.

While US law shields platforms from content liability, the lawsuit argues that Meta’s algorithms actively promote sexually exploitative material, transforming the platforms into a marketplace for child predators.

The lawsuit accuses Meta of misleading users about platform safety, violating laws prohibiting deceptive practices, and creating an unsafe product.

Moreover, the lawsuit targets Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg personally, alleging contradictory actions in enhancing child safety while steering the company in the opposite direction.

In response, Meta reiterated its commitment to combating child exploitation, emphasizing its use of technology and collaborations with law enforcement to address these concerns.

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Meta finally launches end-to-end encryption on Messenger




Meta announced Thursday that it is finally implementing end-to-end encryption for one-on-one conversations and calls on Messenger, delivering on a long-standing commitment.

The company states that when end-to-end encryption is enabled, the only people who can view the contents of a message sent through Messenger are the sender and the recipient.

Messenger’s encrypted chat function was initially made available as an opt-in feature in 2016. However, following a protracted legal dispute, end-to-end encrypted messages and calls for two-person discussions will now be considered the norm.

“This has taken years to deliver because we’ve taken our time to get this right,” Loredana Crisan, vice president of Messenger, said in a statement shared with The Verge.

“Our engineers, cryptographers, designers, policy experts and product managers have worked tirelessly to rebuild Messenger features from the ground up.”

A representational picture of Messengers new feature. — Meta
A representational picture of Messenger’s new feature. — Meta

Crisan states that encrypted chats will not compromise Messenger features like themes and custom reactions. However, it may “take some time” for all chats to switch to default encryption.

The end-to-end encryption for group chats is still opt-in. Additionally, Instagram messages are still not encrypted by default, but Meta expects this to happen “shortly after” the rollout of default private Messenger chats.

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced in 2019 that the company planned to move toward encrypted ephemeral messages across its messaging apps, according to The Verge.

“I believe the future of communication will increasingly shift to private, encrypted services where people can be confident what they say to each other stays secure and their messages and content won’t stick around forever,” he wrote in a Facebook post. “This is the future I hope we will help bring about.”

By enabling encryption by default, most Messenger chats should remain unseen by Meta, and it will also prevent the company from providing the data to law enforcement.

Last year, a 17-year-old from Nebraska and her mother faced criminal charges for illegal abortion after police obtained their Messenger chat history.

Anti-encryption advocates argue that encryption makes it harder to identify bad actors on encrypted messaging apps like WhatsApp.

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