WhatsApp Beta has reportedly added support for AI stickers on the instant messaging app. On WhatsApp, this is the first feature to use artificial intelligence. According to reports, the option to create AI stickers is currently only rolling out to some users in the WhatsApp Beta of the Android 2.23.17.14 update. The new feature enables users to create personalized stickers by describing desired visuals to artificial intelligence. The feature is expected to roll out to WhatsApp users globally in the next few days.

Feature Tracker WABetaInfo mention A new update in its report states that the feature is currently only available to a limited number of testers. Just like all other stickers, the AI-generated stickers feature is located in the stickers tab. To generate stickers, users need to tap the new “Create” button.

How to Create AI-Generated Stickers on WhatsApp

  1. Launch the WhatsApp application and click “Open any chat”.

  2. In a chat, select the smiley face icon at the bottom to open the stickers window.

  3. Once you have been given permission to create AI stickers, click on the “Generate your own AI stickers” tab.

  4. Select Create and describe the details of the sticker you want to create.

  5. The feature will give you different options based on your description.

Therefore, AI stickers are created based on user-provided descriptions.

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WhatsApp has not yet confirmed a timetable for making this AI stickers feature available to all users. Additionally, Meta does not mention the name of the generative artificial intelligence used to create these stickers. Since generative AI also presents certain security and copyright risks, it remains to be seen whether Meta will take further action to secure these AI stickers.


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