ChatGPT scared Google. On Friday, The New York Times reported Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin held several emergency meetings with company executives about OpenAIs. new chatbotThat Google thinks could threaten its $149 billion search business.
Major language model (LLM), created by OpenAI and released in late November 2022 ChatGPT stunned the world with his speaking ability to answer questions, create text in many styles help with programmingand more.
Google is now scrambling to keep up, with CEO Sundar Pichai declaring “code red” to spur new AI development. According to the Times, Google hopes to reveal more than 20 new products at some point this year and show off a version of the search engine with chatbot capabilities.
The NYT report cites D. Sivakumar, a former Google research director, on the internal urgency of the situation: “This is an important moment of vulnerability for Google. ChatGPT put a stake in it by saying, ‘Here’s what a compelling new search experience could look like.
Different Google call, which? primarily works through keywordwith, ChatGPT to use natural language processing collecting the context related to What and user is is to ask, back then to produce best attempt at Answers. Output of ChatGPT not always truehowever, its performance was convincing enough to point out a possible speech search interface that would make Google’s technology look outdated.
Maybe that’s why Microsoft reported Bing is working on a new version of the search engine that will integrate ChatGPT features. Microsoft made its first OpenAI investment in 2019 and recently announced A new $10 billion funding round.
Returning to Google, Page and Brin have had little interest in the search engine since leaving their day-to-day roles in 2019, but have long been cheering on bringing AI to Google’s products. Their participation reflects the seriousness of the ChatGPT challenge at Google.
According to the NYT, Google has so far responded to OpenAI by offering rapid product approval reviews and tools to help other companies develop their own AI prototypes. Google also provides software developers and other businesses. image rendering technologyAlong with the AI language model, LAMDA.
Some wondered if it was Google. play it very safeWorried about the negative societal effects or copyright implications of productive AI technology. Google seems to acknowledge this hesitation internally, and the NYT report mentions that the company could potentially “re-adjust” the level of risk it’s willing to take with new AI technology.
Inside chirpOpenAI CEO Sam Altman made fun of this line in the NYT article, saying that OpenAI aims to lower the level of risk the company will take while at the same time continuing to introduce powerful new AI models.
“recalibrate” clearly means “increase”.
It’s disappointing to see this six-week improvement. openai will continually reduce the level of risk we are not afraid to take as new models become stronger, not vice versa.
— Sam Altman (@sama) January 21, 2023
With or without recalibration, Google says it depends on AI security. “We continue to test our AI technology internally to make sure it’s useful and safe, and we look forward to sharing more external experiences soon,” Google spokesperson Lily Lin told the NYT.
But while Google is delaying, the more agile OpenAI is shipping prolific AI products that could potentially disrupt not just Google, but the entire tech industry OpenAI is working on. its purpose of creating more powerful AI technology than ever before. Google’s response to this existential threat could determine the company’s success in the years to come.
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