Google ups the AI ​​ante with investment in ChatGPT rival Anthropic

Google has ramped up efforts to compete with OpenAI’s ChatGPT by investing in rival generative AI startups.

Per financial Times(opens in a new tab), Google confirmed that it had invested more than $300 million for a 10 percent stake in Anthropic, an artificial intelligence company founded by former OpenAI employees. Google and Anthropic declined to provide details about the investment, but in a separate statement Anthropic announced(opens in a new tab) Partnership with Google Cloud to scale AI computing system.

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OpenAI’s chatbot ChatGPT has quickly taken over the generative AI conversation. Since the new application was released in December, it has been used by Tinder users for message matching, by students to write (i.e. plagiarize) essays, and to write malware code and generally violate ethical use, copyright laws and labor laws. to stimulate conversation about the automation of ,

In January, Microsoft invested $10 billion in ChatGPT maker OpenAI, which is now rumored to eventually power Microsoft’s search engine Bing – second only to Google’s search engine. The release and subsequent popularity of ChatGPT was enough to declare it “code red” according to Google executives.(opens in a new tab) As far as new York Times,

This weekend (8 February), Google is hosting an event related to Search and Maps, which has the internet speculating about some sort of ChatGPT-related announcement. The details of the announcement are unknown, but the event description says, “We’re re-imagining how people search, discover and interact with information, making it easier for you to find what you need first.” is made more natural and spontaneous than ever.”

Whatever Google announces on Wednesday, it is clear that the tech giant sees ChatGPT as a major threat.

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