Mindfulness app Moonly updated with AI-powered dream interpretation feature

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Moonly is an app that combines psychology and eastern astrology to help people find harmony and acknowledge their feelings. The app was recently updated with a new AI-powered feature that allows users to describe their dreams so Moonly can interpret them using text and images.

Interpret your dreams with the Moonly app

The new feature is based on OpenAI ChatGPT. Users can write about their dreams and get a unique interpretation through text and images created using the Stable Diffusion model trained by Moonly designers. The platform interprets dreams based on a unique set of instructions derived from Sigmund Freud's psychoanalytic method of dream interpretation.

“Moonly's implementation of artificial intelligence allows users to gain insight into dreams. the meaning of your dreams immediately after waking up. No more digging through dream dictionaries or waiting for your next session with a psychoanalyst to understand the meaning of your dreams.” – says Moonly founder Vitaly Urban.

A feature known as “Dreamer” ” can be found on the main screen of the application in the “Calendar” section. According to the developers, users will be able to interpret one dream per day. The Dreamer is only available to paid subscribers, but anyone can interpret up to two dreams for free to try it out.

A future update will include the ability to save dreams directly within the app, allowing users to curate dreams. diary of their dreams. It is worth noting that once a dream is created, it cannot be edited.

You can download the Moonly app for free on the App Store. Some features require a paid subscription.

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