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The Future of Telugu GPTs: What to Expect

image generated by author using DALL.E.3

GPTs, short for Generative Pretrained Transformers, are like personalized versions of ChatGPT. Users can set them up to do specific tasks or talk about certain topics. This is done by giving instructions, adding knowledge, and choosing what the GPT can do. The best part is, you don’t need to know how to code to do this. This makes it a handy tool for experts in all sorts of fields.

To create a GPT, users chat with the GPT Builder in ChatGPT. They give instructions and upload files to build its knowledge base. They can also choose what the GPT is capable of, like searching the web, making images, or analysing data. GPTs can do all sorts of things, from helping with work or study, to entertaining users.

OpenAI has also launched a GPT Store. Here, creators can show off their GPTs and possibly earn money based on how much they’re used by the community. The GPT Store is a place where users can find and access different GPTs that meet their needs. Plus, business customers can make GPTs that are only for internal use. These can be tailored to specific business needs or departments.

Link to GPT store: (ChatGPT Plus subscription is needed)

Source: GPT Store, Open AI

When you look up “Telugu” in the GPT store, here’s what you find.

Source: GPT Store, Open AI

Randomly I checked, Tollywood Insider. It got it right the second time.

Source: Tollywood Insider GPT

Second was Vemana Vidya GPT.

Source: Vemana Vidya GPT
Source: Vemana Vidya GPT

After checking a few others, it seems that most of these GPTs use the same training data and internet browsing ability as ChatGPT, but they don’t include any custom knowledge or actions. 

But this is just the start. We expect that Telugu GPTs will get better and do more in the future. As more people use the GPT Builder, we might see more GPTs that are made for specific things. This could include GPTs for learning Telugu, making Telugu movie scripts, or teaching different subjects in Telugu. The possibilities are endless!

About the author: Lakshmi narayana is a business writer and a keen follower of AI and ML developments. He leads the new digital initiatives at RTPL and tracks AI trends globally and in India. You can get in touch with him at

Generating an email draft using ChatGPTplus

Here are some sample steps to generate an email draft around a video’s key takeaways.

  1. Review Video Content
    • Used the VoxScript plugin to retrieve and summarize content from a YouTube video about Bing Chat AI.
  2. Identify Key Takeaways
    • Extracted key takeaways from the summarized content to highlight Bing Chat AI’s features and capabilities.
  3. Define Email Purpose and Audience
    • Established that the email should generate interest in Bing Chat AI and identified the potential audience.
  4. Draft Email Structure
    • Created sections such as Introduction, Body, Call to Action, and Closing for the email.
  5. Incorporate Information
    • Integrated the key takeaways into the email, ensuring to highlight Bing Chat AI’s capabilities and use cases.
  6. Ensure Engagement
    • Utilized engaging language, emojis, and placeholders for personalization to enhance the email’s appeal.
  7. Revise and Shorten Content
    • Reviewed and, upon request, shortened the email content while preserving the main points and message.
  8. Present and Adjust the Draft
    • Shared the email draft and made adjustments based on feedback and additional requirements.

Generated using Bing AI

Revisiting ‘The Fugitive’

Prompt: A wrongly accused inmate, running lightning fast in the woods,
with full moon light reflecting in river water (Bing)

WHEN GENE SISKEL and Roger Ebert sat down at the end of 1993 to pick their 10 favorite movies of the year, they largely selected prestige, Oscar-bait films like The PianoThe Age of Innocence, The Joy Luck Club, and Schindler’s List. They skipped nearly all of the big multiplex hits of the year, including Jurassic ParkSleepless in Seattle, and Mrs. Doubtfire, making an exception only for The Fugitive. It’s an honor they didn’t give to Die Hard in 1988, The Terminator in 1984, Aliens in 1986, or many other great action movies of the VHS era.

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