Let ChatGPT convert text descriptions, summaries of videos/PDFs/web pages into visually appealing Slides™ in seconds. We don't need your OpenAI API key for ChatGPT.
Listing updated:April 7, 2024
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NOTE:  If you encountered issue such as:
►  not being able to display the add-on's menu
►  the add-on's sidebar appearing blank
►  not being able to install the add-on
Most likely because you have multiple Google accounts logged into your browser. You need to Log out from all the accounts in your browser and only log in to the one you want to use with our add-on.

GPT Slides™ Maker automates the Slides™ creation process so you can focus on what really matters. In addition, our application is privacy-focused, easy to use, and requires no technical expertise. saving you hours of time and effort. 

Whether you're making a sales pitch, giving a lecture, or presenting at a conference, GPT Slides™ Maker has you covered. Choose from a variety of presentation types, including general, educational, sales, and conference, pick total number of Slides™ pages and let our AI-powered tool do all the heavy lifting.

➤ Major Features 

🔹Support from text, pdf, video, url to generate slide™
Use our AI models (ChatGPT, Openai, Bard, Claude, Llama) to summarize text descriptions, videos, PDFs, web content, Extract key points, and then generate Slides™ according to your requirements.
🔹Support for 30+ mainstream languages
You can choose a language to generate Slide™, from 30+ of mainstream languages.
🔹AI-generated Images for Slides™
Draw content related images for the current slides™ page via Midjourney, stable diffusion, Dall-E, DALLE-2. You can also replace the generated images with our AI drawing feature!

Google Slides™ templates, Google Slides™ themes, PowerPoint/PPT templates will be supported in future. 

➤ Privacy Policy 

Your data aren’t shared with anyone, including the add-on owner. 
We complies with privacy laws (especially GDPR & California Privacy Act) to protect your data. 
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This will allow GPT Slides Maker - Text, Video, PDF, Url to Slides to :
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rakkhi kumari
March 18, 2024
The history of artificial intelligence (AI) began in antiquity, with myths, stories and rumors of artificial beings endowed with intelligence or consciousness by master craftsmen. The seeds of modern AI were planted by philosophers who attempted to describe the process of human thinking as the mechanical manipulation of symbols. This work culminated in the invention of the programmable digital computer in the 1940s, a machine based on the abstract essence of mathematical reasoning. This device and the ideas behind it inspired a handful of scientists to begin seriously discussing the possibility of building an electronic brain. The field of AI research was founded at a workshop held on the campus of Dartmouth College, USA during the summer of 1956.[1] Those who attended would become the leaders of AI research for decades. Many of them predicted that a machine as intelligent as a human being would exist in no more than a generation, and they were given millions of dollars to make this vision come true.[2] Eventually, it became obvious that researchers had grossly underestimated the difficulty of the project.[3] In 1974, in response to the criticism from James Lighthill and ongoing pressure from congress, the U.S. and British Governments stopped funding undirected research into artificial intelligence, and the difficult years that followed would later be known as an "AI winter". Seven years later, a visionary initiative by the Japanese Government inspired governments and industry to provide AI with billions of dollars, but by the late 1980s the investors became disillusioned and withdrew funding again. Investment and interest in AI boomed in the 2020s when machine learning was successfully applied to many problems in academia and industry due to new methods, the application of powerful computer hardware, and the collection of immense data sets. Precursors Mythical, fictional, and speculative precursors Myth and legend In Greek mythology, Talos was a giant constructed of bronze who acted as guardian for the island of Crete. He would throw boulders at the ships of invaders and would complete 3 circuits around the island's perimeter daily.[4] According to pseudo-Apollodorus' Bibliotheke, Hephaestus forged Talos with the aid of a cyclops and presented the automaton as a gift to Minos.[5] In the Argonautica, Jason and the Argonauts defeated him by way of a single plug near his foot which, once removed, allowed the vital ichor to flow out from his body and left
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Yair Tenorio
April 8, 2024
Not waht I was waiting for, also I paid for one month subscription and they keep charging you every month after the first one so take care if you plan to use it, I think there are best free options online.
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Kishore Westra
January 23, 2024
It's so easy to create slideshows with it, you won't be left scratching your head and you'll save a lot of time at work!
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HaiLun Lusi
December 19, 2023
This is very useful and I was blown away by how powerful ChatGPT is.
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Jacinta Doak
January 16, 2024
This add-on works great! It creates slideshows quickly and gives me lots of ideas.
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Ariano Banfield
March 30, 2024
Artificial intelligence creates slides that break the conventional thinking.
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Amirul Islam
June 7, 2023
AI intelligence is so great, though not perfect.
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Ira Hoover
September 11, 2023
When I am making slides, I will use this to view them first, which will make my thinking much clearer and provide me with many ideas.
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Lusi KaiLi
December 21, 2023
It was great!
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PiteAlice
December 15, 2023
this is a to the z great!
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