Chinese multinational technology company Baidu is all set to introduce its own version of the popular ChatGPT chatbot. According to a Bloomberg report.
Baidu will introduce its as-yet-unnamed chatbot in March, a person familiar with the matter reportedly said. It will also be integrated into Baidu’s main search services, meaning users can soon get conversation-style search results similar to ChatGPT.
Baidu has reportedly invested billions of dollars in its Ernie system, a large-scale AI model that the company has been developing for several years now. It will serve as the foundation for the company’s ChatGPT-like platform.
ChatGPT is an artificial intelligence (AI) powered natural language processing tool that can respond to gestures in a conversational manner. This tool can answer questions and help with tasks like creating content and writing code. Since its launch in November last year, The service has amassed over a million users..
Earlier this month, it was reported that Microsoft is looking to supercharge its Bing search engine by integrating ChatGPT into it. The company also recently reportedly invested $10 billion in ChatGPT creator OpenAI.
The rise of ChatGPT has also worried search engine giant Google, which according to the New York Times, Recently announced a “code read”. Similar to pulling the fire alarm. The company is apparently More than 20 AI-related projects are set to be introduced this year.Including an AI-powered version of Google Search.
Source: Bloomberg (paywall)