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¿Magic Quizzes? Yes, with AI creating them for you

If you want to create quizzes with celebrity questions, now you can.

¿Magic Quizzes? Yes, with AI creating them for you
Nacho Requena Molina

Nacho Requena Molina

BuzzFeed also wants to join the artificial intelligence race. Just a month ago we knew that the popular news portal had reached an agreement with OpenAI, the company in vogue within AI for its famed ChatGPT. This information was leaked, that is, it was nothing official and we didn’t know why it was happening… until today: BuzzFeed has announced Infinity Quizzes.

The user who wants to use this function will have it very easy: they will be given a basic topic, they will be asked some questions with key words and a personalized narrative will be built from there, based on what has been requested. These questionnaires will be supported by a modified AI called “Buzzy the Robot”, which in turn is based on the OpenAI public API and trained with information, text and code for years (June 2021).

Infinity Quizzes is released with six quizzes: “Create Your Own Rom-Com”, “Generate a Break-Up Text”, “Date Your Celebrity Crush”, “Find Your Soulmate (Hint: It’s a House Plant)”, “Create Your Own Cinematic Universe For You and Your Friends” and “Create a Cult for You and Your Friends”. Of course, if you don’t know English, our advice is that you shouldn’t even think of going through it, even if you want to try it.

This news comes on the same day that we learn that Opera has integrated ChatGPT into its web browser. In this way, OpenAI continues scoring so many and gaining popularity in the artificial intelligence market, especially if we take into account that not even a week ago Microsoft announced the link with Bing and Microsoft Edge. And then there is Google Bard, but that’s another matter and we still need to know more news about it.

Nacho Requena Molina

Nacho Requena Molina

Periodista especializado en videojuegos y tecnología. Casi dos décadas dedicado a ello.

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