Vivid News 24: Since it was made available to the public, OpenAI’s ChatGPT has garnered over 100 million users and garnered countless headlines. However, ChatGPT may soon face competition from Google Company.
Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Alphabet, the organization that owns Google, revealed the same information on Thursday. Pichai discussed the work being done by the firm in this area as well as the important role that artificial intelligence (AI) and technologies driven by AI will play moving forward at Google.
How Google hopes to rival ChatGPT
Pichai stated on an earnings call with analysts that he initially mentioned Google as an AI-first firm more than six years ago. Since then, we have been at the forefront of AI development. Diffusion models, a type of neural AI engine, and projects like Transformer from 2017 were mentioned by him as being essential to “many of the generative AI applications” that are present throughout the business.
“We have been prepared for this moment since early last year. You’ll see a lot from us in three important areas of opportunity over the coming months: first, gigantic models. LaMDA and PaLM, the largest and most intricate models in the field, as well as our key work at DeepMind, have been widely covered in our writing.
We’ll make these language models accessible in the coming weeks and months, beginning with LaMDA, so that people can interact with them directly, said Pichai in the opening remarks of Alphabet’s earnings call, in which Google reported weak sales as a result of a weak online advertising market, which resulted in a 12.2 percent decline in earnings per share.
Pichai went on to describe the technology’s operation, saying, “Very soon, people will be able to directly interact with our newest, most potent language models as a companion to Search in unique and exploratory ways. For developers, producers, and partners, we’ll also offer new tools and APIs.
The ability to innovate, create their apps, and explore new AI possibilities on top of our language, multimodal, and other AI models will be given to them as a result. Pichai’s justification came after CNBC last week reported on Google’s work on Apprentice Bard, a ChatGPT rival. In the same period, OpenAI launched ChatGPT’s subscription model, which has a new monthly cost of $20.