Prepping the launch: What we know about Google's upcoming ChatGPT competitor
Delhi : On February 8, Google has arranged a demonstration of cutting-edge technologies for the advancement of search and artificial intelligence (AI).
According to the company, they are "reimagining how people search for, explore, and engage with information, making it more natural and intuitive than ever before to locate what you need."
Many think that this will be the first time that the public will get to view the OpenAI-developed natural language chatbot that has become the world's most popular alternative to Google's ChatGPT.
Just over two months after its launch, ChatGPT has 100 million active users, and the threat it poses is very serious. When you can ask the bot to find what you're looking for, there's no need to waste time surfing through dozens of websites.
Google has already declared "code-red" and is making quick progress with its AI technologies in order to compete with ChatGPT. CEO Sundar Pichai even called on the company's co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin to evaluate its AI strategies.
The public will soon be able to use Google's AI models, according to Pichai, who said as much during a recent earnings call. Users will be able to "directly interact as a companion to Search in novel and innovative ways using our newest, most powerful language models."
According to PCMag, Google engineers are currently testing "Apprentice Bard," a ChatGPT-like tool that uses a LaMDA-based natural language model. ChatGPT only provides information on events that took place up until 2021, but LaMDA can answer inquiries regarding current events.
There will be a live feed of the Google event starting on February 8 at 7:00 IST.