Chat GPT become headache for big tech companies

ChatGPT Become Headache For Big Tech Companies
ChatGPT Become Headache For Big Tech Companies

Major technology companies are embracing ChatGPT-like artificial intelligence and incorporating it into their platforms and applications. YouTube is the latest to announce plans to implement this technology. Here’s a summary of how some of the world’s largest tech companies are planning to utilize AI:

Microsoft is leading the way in bringing generative AI to consumers and has committed to investing billions of dollars into OpenAI, the company responsible for ChatGPT. Microsoft is extensively testing the latest version of OpenAI’s GPT-3 technology, which will be integrated into the Bing search engine and the Windows 11 taskbar. The company also plans to add GPT-3 to its Office suite, including Word and the Edge browser. Despite some concerns about the technology’s readiness for the general public, Microsoft is determined to provide maximum exposure to this technology. Although there have been reports of the chat technology malfunctioning, Microsoft has adjusted the program and continues to move forward with its plans.

Google recently introduced Bard, a ChatGPT-like conversational AI powered by its large language model, LaMDA. The tech giant is currently working with a smaller version of LaMDA to test the responses of Bard and ensure their quality. Google plans to roll out AI-powered features in its search engine but has not specified the exact details or timeline. CEO Sundar Pichai emphasized the importance of introducing these experiences responsibly.

YouTube, owned by Google, plans to offer generative AI to content creators to enhance storytelling and production value. However, the company takes a thoughtful approach and implements guardrails to ensure responsible use.

Meta, the parent company of Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram, has been more cautious in its approach to ChatGPT-style AI. 

CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the creation of a product group to boost the company’s work but noted that there is still foundational work to be done. Meta also introduced a large language model called LLaMA, which will be available as an open-source tool for researchers. Unlike ChatGPT, LLaMA is smaller and can be used by researchers with less computing power.

Snapchat, a popular platform among teenagers, has announced plans to introduce a chatbot powered by the latest version of OpenAI’s ChatGPT. The “MyAI” tab will allow subscribers to interact with the chatbot, like talking to a friend, but with restrictions on requests for inappropriate content or help with school essays.

Shopify, a retail platform, plans to implement ChatGPT in a consumer app.

In China, Baidu, the internet search giant, announced the development of its ChatGPT rival Ernie Bot. Alibaba, the e-commerce giant, is also testing a ChatGPT-like service through its research institute.

Elon Musk, who owns Tesla, SpaceX, and Twitter, is reportedly considering creating a conversational bot to eliminate the politically correct filters on ChatGPT. In recent weeks, he has contacted scientists about starting a new lab that would compete with OpenAI, a business in which he was an early investor before selling out.

Elon Musk space X

On Thursday, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket successfully carried two NASA astronauts, a Russian cosmonaut and a second Emirati astronaut, to the International Space Station. According to a live video of the launch, the SpaceX Dragon Crew-6 mission launched from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida at 12:34 am (0534 GMT).

This launch came after an earlier one on Monday that was scrubbed just before takeoff owing to a clogged filter that fed ignition fluid to the rocket engines.

William Nelson, the administrator of NASA, commended the SpaceX and NASA crews for yet another successful voyage to the International Space Station. After a 24-hour voyage, Endeavour, the Dragon crew capsule, is scheduled to dock with the ISS around 1:17 am (06:17 GMT) on Friday. Stephen Bowen and Warren Hoburg of NASA, Andrey Fedyaev of Russia, and Sultan al-Neyadi of the United Arab Emirates will make up the six-month-long crew.

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket carried two NASA astronauts, a Russian cosmonaut and a second Emirati astronaut, to the International Space Station on Thursday. The ignition fluid filter was clogged, which caused the launch to be postponed until Monday.

During a 24-hour journey, the Dragon Crew-6 capsule Endeavour is anticipated to dock with the ISS on Friday. This will be the second space mission from the UAE and the fourth astronaut flight from an Arab nation.

The crew will carry out experiments while on board the ISS to investigate the functioning of the heart, brain, and cartilage, as well as materials under microgravity. The sixth SpaceX rocket mission to the International Space Station is Crew-6.

Every six months, NASA pays SpaceX to transport humans to the ISS. The organization anticipates a handover between the current Crew-5, who have been on the ISS since October, and the newest Crew-6.

On board the ISS is Frank Rubio of NASA, Sergei Prokopyev of Russia, and Dmitry Petelin. However, when docked with the ISS in December, a meteoroid damaged their Soyuz MS-22 spacecraft, delaying their return to Earth until March 28.

To bring them home in September, a crewless Russian Soyuz spacecraft called MS-23 was launched last month. Russia has been sending humans into space since the 1960s with the Soyuz spacecraft, and the building of the ISS started in 1998.

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