OpenAI CEO: Not Interested in Challenging Search Engine Field, Too Pedantic

According to media reports, OpenAI CEO Sam Altman recently said that he is not interested in challenging the search engine field.

Altman said, first of all, we have to assess whether we can build a better search engine than Google or other companies, the answer is yes. Theoretically we should make such a product to bring users a better experience.

However, Altman believes that this approach is too pedestrian, what really excites him is not to copy a better Google search, but a better way to help people find information, take action and synthesize information.

It's worth noting that Microsoft has previously challenged Google's lead by integrating OpenAI's ChatGPT into its own search engine, Bing Bing.

According to statistics, Google has more than 90% of the market share, while Bing has a paltry 3%. Now Microsoft's investment in OpenAI is paying off, with Bing's page views rising 15.8% after the addition of ChatGPT to its own search engine, while Google's dropped 1%.

On Google's side, it has launched Bard, a chatbot, now renamed Gemini, like programming, logical reasoning, following subtle & precise instructions, and creative collaboration, taking on OpenAI.

Author: King
Copyright: PCPai.COM

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