Google management has reportedly issued a “code red” due to the growing popularity of ChatGPT, the highly sought-after artificial intelligence chat bot created by OpenAI.
The launch of ChatGPT has sparked concerns about the future of Google’s search engine, leading Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google’s parent company Alphabet, to hold several meetings on Google’s AI strategy.
According to an internal memo and audio recording reviewed by the New York Times, Pichai has directed various groups within the company to redirect their efforts towards addressing the threat that ChatGPT poses to Google’s search engine business.
The rising popularity of ChatGPT, a buzzy conversational AI chat bot created by OpenAI, has sparked concerns about the future of the Google search engine and its dominance in the market.
Pichai’s involvement in discussions about the company’s AI strategy and the refocusing of efforts to address the perceived threat from ChatGPT suggest that the company is taking the matter seriously.
It remains to be seen what actions Google will take to address the perceived threat from ChatGPT and how it will impact the company’s search engine business.
So after all, after all these years there’s is some “sweat” coming out from the back of Google.
Posted by Yahoo Finance