ChatGPT vs Google: Google CEO Sundar Pichai said that the company is planning to roll out the LaMDA language model. The upcoming feature will soon be integrated with the search engine to compete with Microsoft’s ChatGPT model.
ChatGPT, an AI language model supported by American tech company Microsoft, is making waves all over the world. This has given sleepless nights to giants like Google in the tech sector. In view of the increasing popularity of ChatGPT chatbot, the world’s largest search engine company has made a big announcement. Sunder Pichai, CEO of its parent company Alphabet, said that the company will soon add Artificial Intelligence feature to the search engine. At present, the company is doing internal testing of some of its features.
Sundar Pichai told investors that the company will add an artificial intelligence language model to the Google search component. According to reports, the company is testing some of its features through employees under the ‘Code Red’ plan to compete with ChatGPT. Please tell that ChatGPT has the support of Microsoft.
New Chatbot and Search Desktop Design
The new feature of the Google search engine also includes a chatbot named Apprentice Bard. Apart from this, a new search desktop design can also be used in the format of question-answer. Sundar Pichai informed us that very soon users will be able to use the new and powerful language model as a search engine companion in an experimental and new way.
AI Deepest Technology
Sundar Pichai was talking about Google’s Conversation Technology, Language Model for Dialogue Application ie LaMDA. Pichai said that the company will release a larger language model in the next few weeks and months to get more feedback. Talking about the fourth quarter earnings, Pichai said that Artificial Technology (AI) is the deepest technology on which we are working today. ChatGPT vs Google.
Profits of Big Global Tech Companies Decreased by 34%
The profits of the world’s three biggest technology companies decreased in the December quarter. Google’s parent company Alphabet’s profit declined the most. Troubled by the decrease in income and profits, tech companies have started reducing expenses.
They have clearly said that they are working on ways to reduce costs. This includes postponing future projects. Apart from this, Amazon, Alphabet, Microsoft, and Meta have also announced layoffs of more than 10,000 employees each.
Threat from ChatGPT
OpenAI has launched ChatGPT late last year with the support of Microsoft. Now it has become a big threat to Google’s search engine business because the ChatGPT chatbot gives funny answers to the most complicated questions. Let us tell you that Google has been ruling the search engine world for the last several years, but ChatGPT has rung the alarm bells for it.