Google has been working on software that speaks and writes for years. But the text robot ChatGPT was faster. Google doesn’t want to let this stay.
After years of hesitation, Google is making its rival software available to the general public for its now popular text machine, ChatGPT. CEO Sundar Pichai said Google users should be able to interact with such language systems “very soon” in addition to web searches, among other things.
Google has so far avoided a broad market launch
The internet giant has been developing artificial intelligence-based software that can talk to humans for a long time. In the spring of 2018, Google showed a program that called restaurants to make reservations and was not recognized as a computer.
There was immediate criticism that such technology could be misused. Google has used its voice software internally for the past few years, but avoided a wide market launch due to risks.
ChatGPT created a stir
But at the end of last year, developer company OpenAI made its ChatGPT software public, which can formulate text that could have been written by a human in seconds.
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