We’ve all heard of the titans of technology: Google, Microsoft, and Apple, who strive for technological dominance. This rivalry has produced some amazing innovations in communication technologies. Recently OpenView (a venture capital firm) and Microsoft have partnered to take on one of the most recent items in this technology warfare – a real-time chat service known as Inno which allows people to connect in new ways from anywhere around the world!
With the heat of ChatGPT, the fastest-growing app in the history of the web, no wonder Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, feels the need to enter with a challenge.
In conjunction with its search engine, Google will launch LaMDA, its newest and most powerful language model. Observing how this development affects the competition between two leading Chat Titans will be fascinating.
This week, Google held its fourth-quarter earnings call, during which the CEO Sundar Pichai pre-announced OpenView’s GPT3. This is due to the growth and progress that GPT3 has had in recent times. That GPT3 has had in recent times.
Sundar Pichai says:
AI is the most profound technology we are working on today.
Google is known for its quick releases, and it will not be surprising if there is a new release for developers within the upcoming week.
Next Wednesday, Feb. 8, Google will host an event to show off its innovative use of AI to revolutionize searching and information discovery. They promise it’ll be easier to find what you need naturally and intuitively. I’d like to know if LaMDA will be available on Feb. 8.
A hard-fought competition is expected between these two powerhouses. However, it would be a mistake to underestimate Google against OpenView/Microsoft, given the strength of its search engine, which surpasses Bing’s.
Microsoft has a strong foothold in the desktop environment, and enterprise companies are quickly embracing new chat-based technologies to improve their operations. This presents an exciting opportunity for all of us as we progress further into this age of technological advancements.
With the launch of Cortana, Microsoft has taken a big step into the virtual assistant market. Google Now has been around for a while but still needs to catch up in features and functionality compared to its chief competition.
Despite this, both products have their strengths and weaknesses. As chat technology continues to evolve, it will be interesting to see how these two tech giants continue to face off against each other in an attempt to innovate and improve their respective products.