Google’s Gemini Initiative: AI Chatbot Competition Heats Up!
Controversy Surrounding Google’s Use of OpenAI Data to Train AI Service Bard
Google’s Gemini Initiative: AI Chatbot Competition Heats Up! Google is taking its AI chatbots to the next level with its new initiative called Gemini.
According to reports from The Information, the tech giant is pushing its DeepMind division to collaborate with the Google Brain team to beat OpenAI and turn the fate of its chatbots around.
And while the competition is heating up, there are rumors that Google resorted to using underhanded tactics to train its AI service Bard, even going as far as allegedly using data from OpenAI’s ChatGPT, which was collected from a website called ShareGPT.
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However, Google’s spokesperson Chris Pappas has strongly denied the allegations, stating unequivocally that Bard is not trained on data from ShareGPT or ChatGPT.
While The Information’s research suggests that Google AI engineer Jacob Devlin advised against using the ChatGPT data, he eventually left Google to join rival OpenAI.
Whether or not Google used the data, the fact that DeepMind, which has been distancing itself from Google in recent years, is now collaborating with Google Brain is a surprising turn of events.
Stay tuned for more updates on this exciting development as Google takes on the competition and aims to revolutionize the world of AI chatbots.