Chinese internet giant Baidu is planning to launch its own version of ChatGPT
Baidu was said to be developing its own ChatGPT. A Bloomberg source said the corporation will launch its AI-powered chatbot in March.
The insider claimed Baidu’s primary search services will first feature the unnamed technology. Baidu’s involvement would signal a milestone in a new industry that has the ability to alter many sectors.
According to Bloomberg Baidu has spent heavily on its Ernie system, an AI tool it’s been building for years that will form the core of its future ChatGPT.
ChatGPT created by California-based OpenAI revolutionized chatbot technology. The program, unveiled two months ago, has been taught using enormous quantities of online data and improved through human feedback to respond naturally and creatively to human instructions in text.
ChatGPT might replace attorneys, professors, authors, and more, despite its shortcomings. It can even write code, so programmers should beware. Technology may help rather than replace these tasks.
Artists are worried about text-to-image and text-to-video generators like OpenAI’s Dall-E2, which might make it hard for them to make a career.
Microsoft just put $10 billion into OpenAI, which shows how big the technology that makes AI possible will become.
Alphabet, Google’s parent company, is also investing extensively in alternative systems out of concern that Microsoft may utilize ChatGPT to supercharge Bing, Google’s key income stream.
Baidu supposedly getting into the market will push ChatGPT and other technologies to get better.