The world’s most popular search engine, Google, appears to be surprised by OpenAI’s ground-breaking invention ChatGPT. The Alphabet-owned corporation is apparently requesting its team to concentrate on developing and testing new ChatGPT substitutes, according to a recent report by CNBC.
Due in large part to its amazing human-like query responses, OpenAI’s chatbot ChatGPT went on to garner over one million users in just five days after its launch on November 30 of last year. Many tech behemoths already active in the field were alarmed in the process. The AI-backed chatbot also inspired the IT industry to consider a wide range of use cases that might potentially simplify numerous jobs and maintain them up to date with the most recent innovation.
Google employees are testing “Apprentice Bard,” an internal AI chatbot that behaves similarly to ChatGPT. The LaMDA technology that underpins Google’s ChatBot is comparable to OpenAI’s GPT series of language models, which supports ChatGPT. In 2017, Google Research created the conversational technology known as LaMDA (or Language Model for Dialogue Applications). If you’re curious, the answer is that it is the same LaMDA that a Google engineer believed to have developed sentience.
According to reports, Google has instructed its LaMDA team to prioritize its activities in order to counter ChatGPT’s growth. According to reports, Google’s Apprentice Bard resembles ChatGPT. The chatbot will react to the questions the staff enters in the dialog box, and they can also provide comments.