Solana Labs, the development firm behind the Solana blockchain, has announced that its users will soon be able to interact with the network through an open-source plugin enabled on OpenAI’s artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot, ChatGPT. This new plugin will provide Solana users with an enhanced experience, allowing them to check wallet balances, transfer Solana-native tokens, and purchase nonfungible tokens. The plugin will work by retrieving information from online sources and interacting with third-party websites to respond to commands requested by the user. Solana Labs has also encouraged developers to test the open-source code to retrieve on-chain data that they may be interested in.
ChatGPT is capable of retrieving NFTS
ChatGPT is capable of retrieving a list of NFTs owned by a particular Solana address, with metadata links to the NFT sourced from Solana Labs’ block explorer. Although Solana Labs has not yet mentioned whether the plugin will be launched when OpenAI makes the plugin feature available to all, the feature is currently being rolled out to all users. However, not everyone is satisfied with the development, with some Twitter users questioning the benefit it would bring to the ecosystem.
Solana Labs is now placing more focus on AI and has announced that it will provide $1 million in funding toward projects that build AI tools on Solana. The new ChatGPT plugins and AI focus have been well received by the community, and Solana is gaining momentum as one of the leading blockchain platforms.
OpenAI’s ChatGPT Users Can Now Delete Chat History for Better Privacy
In addition to the plugin announcement, OpenAI has also announced that ChatGPT users can now turn off their chat history to improve privacy. This new privacy feature will provide users with more control over their data, and conversations that are started when chat history is disabled will not be used to train and improve OpenAI’s models. The feature can be found in ChatGPT’s settings, which can be changed at any time.
OpenAI has also added a new “export” option for users to download their data and make more sense of what information ChatGPT stores. The new privacy feature comes as Italy recently became the first European country to ban ChatGPT until it complies with the European Union’s user privacy laws pursuant to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
In summary, Solana Labs’ latest development of an open-source plugin enabled on OpenAI’s ChatGPT chatbot provides Solana users with an enhanced experience. The AI chatbot plugin will retrieve information from online sources and interact with third-party websites to respond to user requests. Additionally, OpenAI has announced a new privacy feature for ChatGPT users, enabling them to turn off their chat history for better privacy. OpenAI’s new feature also includes an “export” option for users to download their data and make more sense of what information ChatGPT stores. These developments come as Italy recently became the first European country to ban ChatGPT until it complies with the European Union’s user privacy laws pursuant to the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).