According to reports, CHINA is creating a sophisticated artificial intelligence (AI) bot to compete with ChatGPT.
According to sources, Baidu, China’s equivalent of Google, is building the super-smart AI system.
According to a source familiar with the topic cited by Bloomberg, the company hopes to introduce the device in March.
It’s obvious the business is attempting to ride the chat-bot wave because the AI appears to be just weeks away from becoming available to users.
In the past few months, ChatGPT, which launched in November, has swept the internet.
In a matter of days, the chat bot gathered millions of users, many of whom were interested in how they could use the machine to complete tasks for their jobs.
Additionally, ChatGPT has brought the discussion of the use of AI in workplaces, households, and schools to the forefront of political and public discourse.
Microsoft, which has promised to invest billions in OpenAI, the business that developed ChatGPT, also wants a piece of the action.
The Chinese competitor, which has not yet been identified, will function similarly to ChatGPT by enabling users to receive search results that are more conversational.
One of the largest tech firms in China, Baidu, has invested billions of dollars over the years on AI research.