Event management and ticketing platform Eventbrite has announced the integration of new GPT-powered tools to help creators with time-consuming steps involved in event planning.
The new features will be rolled out later this month, and will help event organisers with tasks such as the creation of event pages and email campaigns.
Further AI (Artificial Intelligence) tools have previously been revealed including Eventbrite Boost. This is a marketing platform that uses machine learning to target audiences on platforms such as Instagram or Facebook.
Users of Boost have to pay a monthly fee, and in March a new copywriting feature for social media ads was launched.
The hope for GPT integrations is to aid event organisers in saving time, by providing a starting point when it comes to copywriting and driving ticket sales.
Eventbrite co-founder and chief executive Julia Hartz said in a statement to TechCrunch: “Eventbrite’s creators and consumers remain the north star of our business. As we continue to innovate, integrating AI into our platform will help accelerate the business growth of our global community of event entrepreneurs by helping them save time and reach more attendees faster.”