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ChatGPT’s AI ‘memory’ can remember the preferences of paying customers

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Illustration: The Verge

OpenAI announced the Memory feature that allows ChatGPT to store queries, prompts, and other customizations more permanently in February. At the time, it was only available to a “small portion” of users, but now it’s available for ChatGPT Plus paying subscribers outside of Europe or Korea.

ChatGPT’s Memory works in two ways to make the chatbot’s responses more personalized. The first is by letting you tell ChatGPT to remember certain details, and the second is by learning from conversations similar to other algorithms in our apps. Memory brings ChatGPT closer to being a better AI assistant. Once it remembers your preferences, it can include them without needing a reminder.

As The Verge’s David Pierce pointed out, some users can find it…

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