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15 Dec, 2022
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The leaders of Alphabet Corporation refused to launch a chatbot competing with ChatGPT from Open AI due to a number of technical and ethical problems.

At a meeting between Jeff Dean and Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai, an employee asked if the growth of ChatGPT was a missed opportunity for Google. Executives noted that they have similar language models of artificial intelligence, but the company had to move more conservatively than a small startup due to reputational risks.

Google has developed a number of large language models (LLMs) equal in scope to OpenAI's ChatGPT. These include BERT, MUM, and LaMDA. All of them have been used to improve Google's search engine.

OpenAI was cautious with these technologies for a while but decided to launch ChatGPT. The result was a lot of hype around the program, as well as high costs for providing free access.

The matter of chatbots' potential to replace traditional search engines has long been in front of Google.
Google once fired artificial intelligence researchers Timnit Gebra and Margaret Mitchell after publishing a paper outlining the technical and moral challenges of artificial intelligent languages.

However, there are ways to fix some issues. It makes sense to launch crude chatbots for small companies to make themselves known: newcomers are less sensitive to reputational damage.