UNITED STATES: This week, as Google and Microsoft present their separate ChatGPT-like AI models to the public, they both are prepared to engage in combat in the AI war.
Google has already taken the lead by unveiling Bard on Tuesday, but Microsoft has now made an official announcement regarding their shrouded AI event that same day.
Microsoft’s ChatGPT event aims to integrate AI in its product
According to multiple sources, Microsoft will emphasize AI at this event, where it may also discuss its investment in OpenAI and how it plans to use ChatGPT in its own products, such as Bing.
The CEO of OpenAI, Sam Altman created hype among tech geeks by posting a picture with the CEO of Microsoft, Satya Nadella. He tweeted, “hello from redmond! excited for the event tomorrow.”
In this tweet, Sam Altman, and Satya Nadella are both seen together, indicating that both tech titans will attend the event. In its multiyear cooperation with OpenAI, Microsoft has contributed roughly $10 billion. Microsoft Teams has already incorporated ChatGPT, and the AI bot is now responsible for recording every meeting for clients.
Many people have theorized that Bing will be the next Microsoft product to integrate ChatGPT, and we will learn more about all of this very soon. Surprisingly, the event won’t be live-streamed.
In the meantime, Google earlier today unveiled Bard, an experimental LaMDA-powered conversational AI tool (Language Model for Dialogue Applications). It will be utilized by a set of testers before being made available to the general public in the upcoming weeks, the company claims.
This, according to Google, will enable it to make the chatbot available to more users and collect feedback to help fix issues with the calibre and accuracy of the chatbot’s responses.
For the unknow, ChatGPT is artificial intelligence powered chatbot. The simple methods for using this technology have made it highly addictive for internet geeks. Since its release, the chatbot has taken the world by storm.
The Al-powered chat tool, which was unveiled by OpenAl in late November, can respond to queries from users. The Al chatbot mimics genuine conversations by responding in a human-like manner.
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