Google Reintroduces Founders Page and Brin to Counter ChatGPT Threat
Google has declared a state of emergency as its dominance in an internet search is threatened for the first time. The firm is up against ChatGPT, a conversational robotic produced by OpenAI that has been the attention of the IT industry since its November 30 release. As a result of the danger, CEO Sundar Pichai reintroduced Co-Founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin to supervise the Mountain View, California-based search and cloud giant’s response.
According to The New York Times, Page and Brin had many meetings with Google personnel. The topic of conversation: the new chatbot, which many experts believe will be a significant challenge to Google’s search business, which makes $149 billion each year. According to two people familiar with the sessions, Page and Brin were very appreciative of efforts and proposals pushing for the addition of additional chatbot options to Google’s search engine. The two founders also gave guidance to contemporary CEOs who have made artificial intelligence a priority in their strategy. They also discussed the artificial intelligence topics the corporation is working on.