Google CEO's New Memo To Employees: Put Two To Four Hours Into Improving Bard Chatbot
mercredi 15 février 2023, 21:01 , par Slashdot
Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai sent an internal memo to Googlers on Wednesday asking them to contribute 2-4 hours of their time to helping improve Bard, the company's AI chatbot that it intends to integrate into search. From a report: The email signals how Google's urgency in moving to win the next generation of AI-based search. The company has found itself on its back foot as Microsoft took the spotlight for its investment in OpenAI. OpenAI created the popular ChatGPT, a chatbot released in late 2022 which can respond to broad, open-ended questions with human-like answers. Last week, Microsoft unveiled a revamped version of its Bing search engine with ChatGPT, and CEO Satya Nadella called it a 'new day' for search.
'I know this moment is uncomfortably exciting, and that's to be expected: the underlying technology is evolving rapidly with so much potential,' Pichai wrote in his memo to Googlers. 'The most important thing we can do right now is to focus on building a great product and developing it responsibly.' Google kicked off 'dogfooding,' or internally testing, Bard on Tuesday, according to another memo seen by Insider. It already has thousands of external and internal testers using it, submitting feedback regarding the quality, safety, and 'groundedness' of Bard's responses, Pichai's memo said.
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