As reported by Bloomberg, Apple is building a ChatGPT-style chatbot, which is called AppleGPT. Technology development has sometimes stalled due to the company's security concerns.
Currently, the chatbot is available to certain company employees, requiring authorization for use, who use it to create product prototypes. On the other hand, it summarizes texts and answers questions based on the data with which it has been trained. There still needs to be a defined strategy for making this technology available to consumers.
Apple's goal is to find a way in which the public can find utility in the project, not just to provide what ChatGPT and Bard already offer. In principle, the company will not offer any of these new tool until at least next year.
A few months ago, tired of copycats, OpenAI launched its official ChatGPT app on the iPhone. It was an applauded launch since, after months of being able to access the web version, users were eager to have a ChatGPT app, and some developers took advantage by launching fraudulent applications. This was a problem, as many had malware.
However, after the iPhone launch, the company confirmed they were working on an Android version of ChatGPT, but did not give an estimated date beyond a "coming soon." Now, the wait is over, and we'll have the official app next week. And you can sign up now.
2023 has been crazy when it comes to artificial intelligence implementation. OpenAI attracted a lot of attention last year. Still, it was Microsoft with its Bing search engine with integrated GPT-4 that allowed Android users easy access to the system.
Google wasted no time and, after a somewhat controversial launch, at Google I/O they presented their new language model and the integration of their AI, Bard, with many systems. Moreover, although it took a while, Bard is already available in Europe, and it was clear that ChatGPT was just now catching up.
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