Google has announced that it will not release a product that rivals ChatGPT

Sundar Pichai and Jeff Dean explained that Google’s AI language models are as capable as OpenAI’s, but that the company will not launch a ChatGPT-like product due to the reputational risk posed by the technology.

One of the most popular applications of the last period is ChatGPT , implemented by OpenAI . ChatGPT, which proved that artificial intelligence has no boundaries and how important technology can be in our lives in the future, has become one of the important issues of big technology companies. Google is one of these companies.


Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai and Google’s head of artificial intelligence Jeff Dean focused on the rise of ChatGPT at a recent meeting. An employee asked if the launch of ChatGPT, developed by OpenAI, which has deep ties to Google rival Microsoft, was a missed opportunity for the search giant. Sundar Pichai and Jeff Dean explained that Google’s AI language models are as capable as OpenAI’s, but that the company will not launch a ChatGPT-like product due to the reputational risk posed by the technology . Pichai added that Google has a lot of plans for AI language features in 2023. 

While billions of people around the world use Google’s search engine, ChatGPT’s number of users exceeded 1 million at the beginning of December. Jeff Dean said that a product like ChatGPT is one area that people need, given the number of users, but it’s also necessary to understand that these models have certain kinds of issues.

OpenAI was also cautious when developing AI language model technology before, but with the release of ChatGPT, it changed course and opened up access completely to the public. Although AI language models such as ChatGPT show remarkable flexibility in creating languages, they also have some problems. For example; One user stated in a chat with ChatGPT that ChatGPT said that adding crushed porcelain to breast milk can support digestion . There are actually many examples like this. Although ChatGPT is a good artificial intelligence product, it still has a lot of shortcomings. Already, OpenAI seems to be trying to lower expectations for its part.

The company’s CEO, Sam Altman , said in a recent tweet: “ChatGPT is incredibly limited, but good enough to make a misleading impression of grandeur at certain things. It’s a mistake to rely on it for anything important right now.” Altman added that they have a lot of things to do.


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