In a strategic move aimed at simplifying digital design for businesses and entrepreneurs, OpenAI has introduced a Canva plugin for its popular chatbot, ChatGPT.
This innovative integration promises to reshape how users generate visuals, offering a more streamlined and user-friendly approach to graphic design.
Canva is renowned as one of the best easy-to-use applications for designing on PC as well as mobile. It has garnered attention in the world of design, and presentation after growing by 666% in less than two years with over 65 million users.
ChatGPT is a language model developed by OpenAI, based on the GPT-3.5 architecture. It is designed to generate human-like text based on the input it receives.
ChatGPT can perform a wide range of natural language understanding and generation tasks, such as answering questions, providing explanations, generating text, and more.
ChatGPT is trained on a diverse dataset that includes text from the internet, which allows it to have a broad knowledge base.
The model, which has over 100 million users, and generated over 1.6 billion visits as of June 2023, can also understand and generate text in multiple languages and is capable of holding coherent and contextually relevant conversations with users.
From manual to automated
Before this plugin’s introduction, using Canva alongside ChatGPT required a somewhat complicated manual process. However, with the launch of the Canva plugin, creating visual content is easier.
Furthermore, it’s important to note that this integration is currently exclusive to ChatGPT Plus subscribers, who pay a $20 monthly fee.
Subscribers gain access to both the Canva plugin and the updated GPT-4 large language model, capable of creating long-form content and accepting images as input.
OpenAI has continued to expand the utility of the ChatGPT model as the demand for AI tools has exploded in the last six months.
Apart from OpenAI, Google, Microsoft, Meta, and other organizations are also exploring similar and advanced solutions using AI.