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In this video, we will discuss Google’s plan to combat ChatGPT, a powerful AI language model developed by OpenAI. ChatGPT has recently made headlines for its ability to generate human-like text, raising concerns about the potential misuse of the technology. Google has announced a new initiative to address these concerns and ensure that AI is used responsibly.
We will explore the details of Google’s plan and discuss what it means for the future of AI.
You can read the original CNBC article from Jennifer Elias below:
The recent launch of chat GPT has led Some to speculate whether it means the End of Google but don’t dance on the Tech Giant’s Grave Just Yet according to This article published today by Jennifer Elias of CNBC Google is working on their Own large language model to combat chat GPT article cites that Google employees Were buzzing about chat GPT at an all Hands-On meeting with CEO Sundar pinchai And head of AI Jeff Dean the top rated Question at the meeting asked whether The success of chat GPT was a missed Opportunity for Google Pinchai and Dean responded that Google Actually has technology with similar Capabilities to chat GPT in-house but That they just don’t think it’s good Enough to launch what the duo is likely Referring to is known as Lambda Google’s Conversation technology that stands for A language model for dialogue Applications as well as several other Large language models owned by the Company while Google has these they Reportedly felt that there were still Too many issues with the technology the Big one the inaccuracy of information Open AI has been upfront about the Limitations of chat GPT recently CEO Sam Altman took to Twitter admitting that The company has a lot of work to do to Make the model more reliable at the Meeting Dean told his employees that
Chet GPT really strikes the need that People seem to have but it’s also Important to realize that these models Have certain types of issues based on The size and the responsibility of a Company like Google Dean cites that it Would be a reputational risk for Google To publicly roll out a technology G that Wasn’t ready and as a result they’re Moving much slower than a startup like Open AI with the intent to share their Technology once they get things right He’d go on to say you can imagine for a Search-like applications the factuality Issues are really important and for Other applications bias and toxicity and Safety issues are also Paramount still Both Dean and pinchai reiterated that Google is committed to adding new AI Into their products in the future So if Google does have a chat GPT killer They have no plans of making it Available until they feel that it’s Ready so how confident do you feel Google is with their large language Model technology go ahead and share your Thoughts in the comments section below And if you have any questions that’s a Great place to ask as well Foreign [Music]