Widely used in many industries, ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence software, can now be integrated into The WhatsApp. This is an unofficial form of integration, but it will allow for faster access to the social network, among other functions. There are currently two possible ways to ChatGPT integration with WhatsApp. In this article, we will teach you both.
Ways to integrate ChatGPT
ChatGPT’s integration with WhatsApp enables the software to chat automatically with your company’s clients. In addition, you can program automatic messages, being able to direct the customer to each specific segment. There are two ways to accomplish this integration, one will connect WhatsApp to ChatGPT, and the other involves programming in Python, creating a script and starting ChatGPT simultaneously.
In the first method, you will need to create a WhatsApp bot. To do this, register on the Whatsapp Business API (API), and then create a chat flow. Then use a chatbot developer followed by your chatbot and put the chatbot API on your mobile phone.
For the next step, you should get the OpenAI API. First, create an OpenAI account and open the programming interface key page to generate your password.
In the final step, you will need to use the OpenAI API to connect to the previously created WhatsApp bot. It should be noted that it is likely that WhatsApp will ban your account if they understand that your integration is not done properly. Be aware of the risks.
The second way
In this method, you will first download the code from GitHub, and then run server.py in the terminal. After a few steps you will merge a file chat to WhatsApp. Follow this order of steps:
- Download the code from GitHUB;
- Click “Download Zip” to download the file;
- Run the ‘Whatsapp-gpt-main’ file in the terminal;
- Type “Is” and press Enter;
- Type “python server.py”. Your phone will be automatically configured to open OpenAI’s visit page;
- Then it will ask you to confirm that you are human, just click the checkbox;
- Finally, go to your WhatsApp account and ChatGPT will already be integrated.
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