Chatbot, one of the biggest artificial intelligence projects of recent times ChatGPT, Google and launched the umbrella company Alphabet. Google, which previously issued a code red warning to its employees against ChatGPT, now called its founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin to the office.
Google seeks help from former CEOs against ChatGPT
We knew that Google CEO Sundar Pichai was holding meetings about Google’s AI strategy. According to the news published by the New York Times, Google’s parent company Alphabet co-founded after the launch of ChatGPT. From Larry Page and Sergey Brin requested help.
After the artificial intelligence bot attracted rapid attention, Google published a “red code” and activated the artificial intelligence teams. After this move, it was reported that the founding partners were asked for help. It should be noted that Larry Page and Sergey Brin have not been closely involved with the company’s operations since 2019, but they are on the Alphabet board of directors.
The co-founders reportedly held several meetings with executives last month to strategize on Google’s AI and approved more chatbot features for the search engine. However, experts think that ChatGPT is spreading disinformation, saying it can’t provide real answers.
Formerly Alphabet’s artificial intelligence firm DeepMind, Sparrow He created the artificial intelligence chatbot named . Saying that they will start a private beta process in 2023, DeepMind underlined that Sparrow will be both useful and safe.
DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis claimed that chatbots offered to users can provide “false or fabricated information.” Considering that DeepMind is under the same umbrella company as Google, Sparrow may be the search giant’s answer to ChatGPT.
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