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Digify Africa alongside Techsys Digital have unveiled what arguably could be the first learning platform in the world to provide access to OpenAI’s ChatGPT via WhatsApp.
This remarkable step to the future opens exciting possibilities for people who struggle with access to AI technology.
The partnership between Techsys Digital and Digify will provide first-world education and tools to people across the globe.
The integration of ChatGPT and WhatsApp will allow Digify’s learners to have first-hand access to AI tech from the palms of their hands.
This translates to a flexible learning experience as users will use one of the most efficient and prominent social media messaging apps across the world.
Known for efficiency in personal messaging including business, WhatsApp will ensure that the AI tech will be introduced to those even with limited digital literacy.
The milestone brakes new ground in the field of AI and digital education as it combines the power of AI with the reach and accessibility of WhatsApp.
Rachel McFarlane, Managing Director of Techsys says the use of WhatsApp, one of the most popular messaging platforms in the world, also ensures that the technology is accessible and user-friendly, even for those with limited digital literacy.
“We are incredibly excited to be the first in the world to bring these two amazing technologies together” said Gavin Weale, founder of Digify Africa.
“Our goal has always been to use technology to make education more accessible to people all over the world, and this
partnership with Techsys allows us to do just that. We’re proud to be able to offer this cutting-edge technology to our close to half a million learners and help them on their journey to digital literacy and success.”
Bridging the digital divide seems to be the goal in mind for the two entities driven to innovate while appealing to people with tools needed to succeed in the digital age.