How to Connect Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) with ChatGPT

Albin Issac
6 min readApr 5

ChatGPT is an AI language model developed by OpenAI, capable of generating human-like text based on input. The model is trained on a large corpus of text data and can generate responses to questions, summarize long texts, write stories, and much more.

The OpenAI enables APIs to integrate different systems with ChatGPT models so that the systems can send the user prompts to API and receive the response.

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is a comprehensive content management solution for building websites, mobile apps, and forms. AEM makes it easy to manage your marketing content and assets.

The Generative AI capabilities empower the authors to create engaging content for the visitors quickly; it also helps to enable better SEO for the content. The CMS systems can be integrated with ChatGPT models through OpenAI APIs to send the prompts and receive the required content quickly.

AEM already enables some of the Generative AI capabilities like — Content Creation, Summarization, rewriting, etc., also Adobe Integrate Adobe Firefly (a range of creative AI models to AEM DAM) to simplify content creation and management. I will explain this in more detail in another post.

Integrating AEM with ChatGPT empowers content authors to easily create content that meets the SEO requirements, e.g., create a title/description for a page, create a story on a topic, summarize the content, etc.; the ChatGPT generated content can be optimized further based on the need.

In this post, let us see how to integrate AEM with ChatGPT to empower the authors with content authoring. Here, we use Java to integrate AEM with OpenAPI; the same approach can be used to integrate any Java application with the OpenAI API with little adjustments.

As a first step, enable a servlet connecting the ChatGPT model with the user prompt and returning the response.

package com.chatgpt.core.servlets;

import javax.servlet.Servlet;
import javax.servlet.ServletException;
import java.util.logging.Logger;
import java.util.ArrayList;
import java.util.List;

import org.osgi.service.component.annotations.Component;
Albin Issac

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