Having a presence on the internet means that many people, without knowing you, have already got an idea of who you are. Yes, in the blink of an eye, your essence is reduced to a couple of tweets on your profile, and the stories that you have uploaded to your Instagram account. Is it possible to know how others perceive you based on your behavior online? Partly yes. However, a ChatGPT-style artificial intelligence already allows us to clear up any doubts.
Using the Abbrevia.me website you will have your answer in a couple of seconds. As its name says, the service is responsible for abbreviating in a few words the way in which people perceive you on the internet. Or at least that’s what he tries. To do this, read your published tweets and proceed to create a mental image of yourself.
Abbrevia.me is a project of Spanish origin. Its creator is Jordi Martí, a software developer residing in the city of Bilbao. The software arose after the Bilbao developer met ChatGPT. Would it be possible to know the ideology of a person through their activity on the Internet using this artificial intelligence? Can you figure out where he lives based on this behavior? These were some of Jordi’s questions after his first contact with AI. He got the answer a few lines of code later.
A growth that has taken its creator by surprise
Each user request to Abbrevia.me costs Jordi Martí about 0.006 euros. Although the amount is not excessive, the truth is that the growth of the platform has been impressive. Therefore, it seems that the number of users has gotten out of hand for the developer, according to what he told Chain BE.
Last Saturday Abbrevia.me reported some 3,000 requests, a number that grew to 43,000 requests on Sunday, a rather exorbitant figure for a project that is just beginning. According to the aforementioned medium, Jordi Martí has had to pay 250 euros to OpenAIcreators of ChatGPT.
Fortunately, the amount has been covered with all donations received for those who support the cause of Martí. He has even enlisted the support of Manfred, a company that now bears the cost of the project as it grows exponentially.
How you can know how the internet world perceives you thanks to the artificial intelligence of Abbrevia.me
Using the artificial intelligence of Abbrevia.me to know how you project yourself on the internet is very simple. Besides, You can also do the same with friends, family or people you follow on your social networks. As long as you have a Twitter account, you don’t need anything else.
- Open the website of abbrevia.me from your mobile or computer.
- In the box that appears on the screen, write the username of the person you want to dissect. Of course, do not include the “@”, as indicated in the text.
- Select the language in which you want to get the answer. The current options are Spanish and English.
- Finally, tap the blue button Get description. In a second, you will see the text indicating everything obtained by Abbrevia.me.
Due to the great popularity of artificial intelligence, you might come across a message indicating that it is under many requests at the moment. You can keep trying the blue button until it returns the information, or you can come back and try again later. The reason for this is that, as we discussed above, more and more users are coming to the platform, saturating it in the process.
Yes indeed, summaries can be a bit vague at times. This happened when I asked him about Elon Musk, known to all, and whom Abbrevia.described to me as a person “with a sense of humor, who talks about a variety of topics, including technology, business, science, politics and popular culture.” While that’s accurate, there are also dozens of internet celebrities who would fit this description easily.