OpenAI has announced a major step in allowing more access to its AI Chatbot, ChatGPT. As of today, users can now use the AI chatbot without needing to create an account or log in.

This move comes as ChatGPT’s popularity continues to soar, with over 100 million weekly active users across 185 countries. By removing the account barrier, OpenAI aims to attract even more people to experience their AI chatbot.

The rollout of account-free ChatGPT access will be gradual, so not all users may see the change immediately. However, OpenAI has confirmed that anyone will soon be able to fire up a chat session with the language model without logging in.

But when using ChatGPT without an account, you don’t have the ability to save and review chat histories, share conversations, enable voice interactions, and provide custom instructions to ChatGPT.

OpenAI also stated it is introducing “additional content safeguards” to block certain prompts and filter outputs across a wider range of categories, though specifics were not provided.

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