China always had the upper hand in transforming technologies. So with the regard to this, in the month of March, a Chinese internet search engine, Baidu is planning to introduce artificial intelligence AI Chatbot similar to ChatGPT.
The technology behind ChatGPT is capable of resembling human interaction because it learns from large amounts of data how to respond to questions posed by users, providing relevant results in the style of a search engine or a budding novelist.
Chinese chatbots are currently oriented toward social interaction, while ChatGPT excels at more serious tasks like programming and essay writing. This could possibly help the students to excel in their particular fields. This indeed is a very good initiative taken by China. A lot of Pakistani students are studying in China primarly because of the Pak-China relationship.
According to a report by Reuters, Microsoft Corporation has an investment of one billion dollars in OpenAI, which is based in San Francisco, and it has considered expanding that investment. As part of a new strategy to compete with Alphabet Inc.’s Google, the company has also been working to integrate image-generation software developed by OpenAI into its Bing search engine.
Baidu, based in Beijing, is looking to diversify its revenue streams, so the company has been investing heavily in artificial intelligence technology, such as cloud services, chips, and autonomous driving.
Last month, at a developer conference, Baidu introduced three AI-powered “creators” that can act as a screenwriter, illustrators, editors, or animators, depending on the task at hand.