Since its release in November of last year, OpenAI’s ChatGPT has been used to write cover letters, create a children’s book, and even help students cheat on their essays.
The chatbot may be more powerful than we ever imagined. Google found that, in theory, the search engine would hire the bot as an entry-level coder if it interviewed at the company.
Amazon employees who tested ChatGPT said it does a “very good job” of answering customer support questions, is “great” at making training documents, and is “very strong” at answering queries around corporate strategy.
- Google’s search engine boss said AI chatbots can give “convincing” but “fictitious” answers.
- Prabhakar Raghavan told Welt am Sonntag it’s considering how to integrate Bard with Google search.
- Google felt the “urgency” to release its chatbot Bard to the public, he said.
- ChatGPT is only a few months old and already causing waves in the business world.
- Experts say ChatGPT and related AI could threaten some jobs, particularly white-collar ones.
- Insider compiled a list of 10 jobs this technology could replace, according to experts.
Read more: Google Search Chief: AI Chatbots Can Give ‘Convincing But Completely Fictitious’ Answers