ChatGPT to bring down Google very soon
ChatGPT to bring down Google very soon

USA: The rising popularity of OpenAI's ChatGPT is causing alarm bells to ring in the tech community across the globe. Gmail's creator Paul Buchette has now claimed that in "a year or two" an AI-powered chatbot could undermine Google's search engine business.

They think AI will replace search engines in the same way Google replaced the Yellow Pages. Notably, ChatGPT has over one million users and was released in November 2022.

The biggest technological revolution going on right now is ChatGPT. There's nothing it can't do, from better and more accurate searches to original content creation.

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Companies like Microsoft and Google are trying to establish their legacies by supporting or opposing OpenAI's most recent marvel. It will be interesting to see if Google can change the order of events.

Buchette claimed AI could eliminate search engine results pages in a series of tweets last month. Given that this is Google's main source of income, this would be a serious blow to the company. Even if the company managed to match ChatGPT's AI capabilities, the company would eventually exhaust its own revenue.

In the future, according to Buchheit, the browser's search bar will be replaced by AI that will autocomplete user questions or ideas as they are being typed and present relevant answers (such as website links).

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The backend of a search engine can be used by AI to collect data and summarize it for the user. You won't even need to make an effort, and the entire research will be completed in a matter of seconds.

ChatGPT took four law exams at the University of Minnesota, which required answering 12 essay questions and 95 multiple-choice questions. It received an average grade of C+ in all four tests.

It did even better on the MBA exam at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. It received a B there, despite being troubled by "advanced process analysis problems".

Most recently, Massachusetts-based US Congressman Jake Auchincloss used ChatGPT to draft a speech for the House of Representatives. Although the text sounded very monotonous, the words had the right sounds.

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Users of the chatbot are also using it to write poems and jokes. Creations may seem simple at this time. However, many human jobs may be at risk in the near future.

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