ChatGPT Alternatives Round-Up
The Wall Street Journal writes that “Companies Tap Tech Behind ChatGPT to Make Customer-Service Chatbots Smarter.” Companies using or considering integrating ChatGPT into their offerings including customer support companies Ada Support and Nice, Ltd., as well as sports memorabilia site Fanatics.
Is ChatGPT as Disruptive as Uber Prarthana Prakash tells us The economist who predicted that A.I. would replace half of all U.S. jobs now says ChatGPT is the equivalent of Uber disrupting the taxi industry—and it could lead to lower
Andreessen Horowitz Weighs in on Generative AI: Venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz asks Who Owns the Generative AI Platform? The rather lengthy article is focussed on the business aspects of the new technology. They start by giving us a base, showing
Google’s Code Red: Founders are re-engaging and Google has more than 20 A.I. projects in the works Nico Grant, who writes about Google and the tech industry, tells us, in “Google Calls In Help From Larry Page and Sergey Brin
Cerebral Valley: The media instruct us that San Francisco is experiencing a new post-Covid tech boom due to generative AI companies, labelling what they claim to be its epicenter, Hayes Valley, with the somewhat awkward but memorable name “Cerebral Valley.”
Microsoft Lays of Ten Thousand: In another episode of “it sucks to be you today,” Ashley Stewart tells us that despite all the fanfare around ChatGPT and Bing, Microsoft is still laying off another ten thousand employees, including those working
Bad 2016 Chatbot Release Explains Why Microsoft Is Beating Google. In A disastrous chatbot release in 2016 helps explain why Microsoft is trouncing Google in A.I. today, Steve Mollen tells us that in the current round of the Rock-Em-Sock-Em Robots