Gigged.AI, an AI-driven talent platform, is proud to announce its integration with OpenAI’s Chat API, powerful natural language processing technology that allows for seamless and efficient communication between our clients and freelance tech talent.


At Gigged.AI, our platform is designed to help companies quickly hire on-demand tech talent and break down projects into manageable deliverables-based milestones. Our most requested skills include UX Designers, Software Developers, and Data Engineers. With the integration of OpenAI’s Chat API, we’re now able to provide even greater value to our clients by improving how deliverables are defined within our SOW Creator.


This new feature allows our clients to communicate more effectively with tech freelancers, resulting in better deliverables that meet their expectations. Clients can now use natural language to explain their needs, answer questions, and provide feedback, without any technical barriers. This means our clients can create better milestones, and ultimately, better results. This feature can also be added on request to our Internal Talent Marketplace product.


Our CTO Craig Short added: “OpenAI's Chat API is one of the most advanced natural language processing technologies on the market, and we’re excited to bring its capabilities to our platform. By using this technology, we’re confident that our clients will be able to work more efficiently, create better deliverables, and achieve their business goals faster. A huge well done to our product team for making this integration so seamless through the Microsoft Azure OpenAI Service.”


Gigged.AI is committed to continuously improving our platform to provide the best experience for our clients and freelancers. We believe that this integration with OpenAI’s Chat API is a significant step forward in achieving that goal. We’re excited to see how our clients will benefit from this new feature, and we look forward to working with them to achieve their goals.


For further inquiries or questions, please contact Aimee McPherson,

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