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Google Alarmed with ChatGPT


OpenAi’s recent launch of ChatGPT has caused some concerns within those at Google who has plans to “demonstrate a version of its search engine with chatbot features this year”, according to the New York Times.

Additionally, Google has plans to unveil more than 20 projects powered by artificial intelligence, but executives were worried that despite investing heavily in AI technology, moving too quick in rolling them out could damage the company’s reputation, according to The Verge.

At time time, there is no specific timeframe publicly mentioned for the launch of Google’s AI search demo, but the attention will be on their annual I/O event that is scheduled to take place in May, as it has been where Google has made announcements in the past, most notable Google Glass and Duplex.

Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, the controlling shareholders of Google’s parent company Alphabet, have “offered advice” to company leaders, approved plans, and pitched ideas while meeting with executives in discussions about ChatGPT last month.

Google will face a big challenge in regards to OpenAI’s ChatGPT, so their next moves will be critical.


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