Wednesday, June 19, 2024
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Google’s management issued a “code red” amid the launch of ChatGPT, an AI chat bot created by OpenAI. CEO Sundar Pichai redirected some teams to focus on building out AI products. Some employees have even been tasked to build AI products that generate art and graphics similar to OpenAI’s DALL-E used by millions of people. Google’s AI chat bot, is riddled with errors and prone to making up answers. It can’t fact-check what it says and can’t distinguish between verified fact and misinformation, AI experts said. The company may instead focus on improving its search engine over time.

Google’s move to build out its AI product portfolio comes at a moment when Google employees and experts alike debate whether ChatGPT — run by former Y Combinator president Sam Altman — has the potential to replace the search engine and in turn hurt Google’s ad-revenue business model.

As Google reportedly works full steam ahead on new AI products, we might get an early look at them at Google’s annual developer conference, I/O, which is expected to take place in May.

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