Snapchat has included a ‘Color Your City’ landmark lens, a special Snap map takeover, a Holi-themed Bitmoji fashion drop, localized stickers, and a Holi AR lens.
Holi is just around the corner. Popular picture-sharing service Snapchat has launched four new augmented reality (AR) filters to honor the event. They include a ‘Color Your City’ landmark lens, bespoke Snap map takeover, Holi-themed Bitmoji fashion drop, localized stickers, and a Holi AR lens.
With the new ‘Color Your City’ lens, Snapchat users will be able to paint the cities using AR watercolors. Users may also search Holi filters in the app under the explore tab.
Recently, the business unveiled My AI, a new chatbot that utilizes the newest version of OpenAI’s ChatGPT technology. The business states that the new My AI is designed for Snapchat. It is accessible as an experimental feature for Snapchat+ members and has already begun spreading out.
In a press statement, the business added that My AI might provide birthday present ideas for your BFF, organize a hiking trip for a long weekend, suggest a dish for supper, or even compose a haiku about cheese for your cheddar-obsessed buddy. Make My AI your own by naming it and selecting the backdrop for your Chat.
The social media platform also warns against the vulnerabilities of My AI. “As with all AI-powered chatbots, My AI is prone to hallucination and can be tricked into saying just about anything. Please be aware of its many deficiencies and sorry in advance!” it said.
It also says that all talks with My AI will be saved and may be analyzed to enhance the product experience. “While My AI is designed to avoid biased, incorrect, harmful, or misleading information, mistakes may occur. Please press and hold on to any message from My AI to submit feedback, we look forward to hearing about your experience with My AI,” the company said in a statement.