Whether this wave of AI will be long-lasting remains to be seen in the future. Meanwhile, big technology companies have started a race to attract artificial intelligence.
Microsoft plans to invest up to $10 billion in the OpenAl startup, not counting the $1 billion already invested.
The other day, the technology giant presented a new Bing search engine built on a faster version of ChatGPT.
Next, the company plans to integrate AI into Word, PowerPoint and Outlook.
Google, realizing the danger of losing the market, presented its new chatbot called Bard.
The Opera web browser of the Norwegian company Opera Software will soon provide access to ChatGPT functions.
Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com will release an industrial version of ChatGPT.
Money is pouring in. The volume of the world market of artificial intelligence as of the end of 2022 reached 119.78 billion dollars.
It is expected to reach values above one and a half trillion dollars by 2030, showing annual growth of 38.1%, according to data from Precedence Research.