ChatGPT is one of the most popular conversational Artificial Intelligences nowadays, although there are also many other alternatives. To access ChatGPT and test the service, just go to the website of OpenAI, the company that created it, and open an account.
Thanks to its collaboration with ChatGPT, Microsoft offers you the possibility to access this AI easily and quickly through several of its products.
However, there are also other methods to access the chatbot in a less cumbersome way, without having to create an OpenAI account. If you want to use ChatGPT without providing your data to the company, these are other alternatives with which you can take advantage of this interesting technological tool.
How to access ChatGPT without opening an OpenAI account.
In this case, you have three options:
– Install the Bing app on your smartphone: is a good option if you want to access all the advantages of ChatGPT from anywhere. The Bing app has been developed by Microsoft and is based on Chat GPT-4. Therefore it integrates all the features of Bing chat present on modern Windows computers.
This app can be downloaded completely free on both Android and iOS devices. Simply download the tool from the app store and have a Microsoft account that you can link with the Bing browser. Once you are in the browser, just go to the search bar, press the Bing icon and start chatting with the bot.
– Add Merlin as a Google Chrome extension: Unlike other Chrome extensions with which you can use ChatGPT, Merlin does not require an OpenAI account. You will only need to download the extension and install it in Chrome.
When you have Merlin active in your Google browser, you can ask it questions, use typing assistance to compose emails and even ask it to summarize YouTube videos.
– Use Bing chat from your computer: unlike the mobile app, using Bing from the PC does not require downloading any software. You just need to have a Microsoft account and log in to the Edge browser. In this way, you will be able to access the function to change the AI response mode, which will help you choose the level of elaboration of the chatbot’s answers.