Google is ready to go head to head against OpenAI

Google's AI Chatbot

Google’s AI Chatbot

Google is gearing up to challenge OpenAI’s ChatGPT, which has amassed over 100 million active users in just two months since its launch. Despite Google’s decades of service, it has yet to achieve the same level of success as ChatGPT and OpenAI. 

On February 8th, Google will be hosting the event “Google Presents: Live from Paris,” where they are expected to unveil Google’s AI Chatbot.

Although there is no concrete information about the upcoming event, sources suggest that Google will have something new to offer. Google’s new search feature will provide a more intuitive response, as well as more pertinent information from searches, maps, and other sources. 

Google’s AI Chatbot will enable users to access the most up-to-date and accurate information with ease, revolutionizing the way they search for information.

Google vs ChatGPT
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Google VS OpenAI

Google previously released the ‘Apprentice Bard’ AI chatbot, which is still operational. It makes use of the LaMDA conversion method. They anticipated more momentum, but it never occurred. It is only available to Beta Testers and Google Engineers and is not made public, which might be the reason they failed to achieve the anticipated traction.

OpenAI’s ChatGPT is available publicly unlike Google which has limited access. So, Google’s search operations have come under scrutiny. Google’s new product will be available to the public to compete with ChatGPT.

Google is also up against Microsoft, which has a significant stake in OpenAI. Google already has powerful language models, and with the next event, it will soon extend them to Google Lens, Translate, Maps, and Shopping, in addition to its Search business. You can watch the event live here on February 8 at 2:30 p.m. CET.

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