A war in the field of artificial intelligence? Google will build its own solution against ChatGPT

We’ve published a few previews in this context, but for those of you who are less familiar, we’ll just quickly recap that ChatGPT (GPT stands for “generating pre-training” – editor’s note) represents the latest development in AI-powered chatbots. Behind its birth is none less than Elon Musk, along with other top executives who founded OpenAI in 2015.

ChatGPT is breathless

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ChatGPT is constantly improving thanks to the intertwining of the aforementioned AI and machine learning. What is undoubtedly most impressive about this feat is how responsive ChatGPT is and what it is able to playfully encompass. In fact, the subject matter is incredibly complex. This is particularly due to the fact that this chatbot is based on dialogue, understanding and communication, which is more than abundantly helped by its own data.

It represents a huge package of information obtained from the Internet, which is processed using the Reinforcement Learning with Human Feedback (RLHF) method. What does it imply? For example, that he is able to respond incredibly flexibly to a range of questions in real time. Sound great? How about this. What scientific entities and much of the public see as a gift from above, some others see as a dangerous evil.

Google is preparing its own AI

Given the great response it has received, it was kind of expected that other strong players would come out with their own solutions. And we probably won’t have to wait long. As the leading economy website Afronomist reports, Google is also considering implementing an advanced chatbot into its own internet search engine.

The website refers to the latest report, which states that the American brand is working intensively on artificial intelligence and is currently significantly further along with preparations than originally planned. Some employees are reportedly even testing its abilities on Google’s revamped homepage, where it has taken the place of the “Try My Luck” button.

Have you wondered to what extent, if any, it will be different from ChatGPT? There aren’t too many details available at this point to draw any coherent conclusion in a nutshell. However, we can expect it to work in a similar vein in principle.

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