Tech giant Google reportedly plans to unveil at least 20 artificial intelligence (AI)-powered tools in addition to a search chatbot at its annual developer conference in May this year. This comes as a response to the pressure of the OpenAI ChatGPT, which will take place the same month.
Read more: What is Chatgpt?
According to Engadget, the chatbot called ChatGPT, which is powered by artificial intelligence, has taken the tech world by storm in recent months because it can provide people with the information they need in an easy-to-understand way.
As a result of the company’s perception that ChatGPT poses a risk to its core search business, Google CEO Sundar Pichai issued a “code red” and increased spending on AI research and development.
According to a slideshow platform, the tech giant’s AI projects include a tool that can create videos that summarize other clips, a tool that can generate images, an improved version of the AI Test Kitchen, a green screen mode for YouTube similar to from TikTok. , and a tool that can generate images.
Additionally, the company may be working on a feature known as Shopping Try-on, a wallpaper maker for Pixel phones, and AI-powered tools that could help developers in the Android app creation process.
Also read: Google asks Larry Page and Sergey Brin to fight against AI
In addition, “copyright, privacy and antitrust” were mentioned as the main dangers posed by AI technology in the presentation platform.
According to the article, Pichai invited Google founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin to a meeting with current officials, where they reviewed AI plans and offered feedback. This meeting took place about a month ago.
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