New DelhiUpdated: January 29, 2023 at 13:13 IST
By Ankita Chakravarti: Google’s fear of being replaced by ChatGPT is not entirely guaranteed. Gmail founder Paul Buccheit recently took to Twitter to consider that artificial intelligence could destroy search engine giant Google in the next two years. Google’s most profitable search engine may soon be replaced by Open AI tools. In just one week of its launch in November 2022, ChatGPT had over one million users. AI tools are being widely acclaimed for their ability to compose complex essays, marketing pitches, poems, jokes, and even qualify for even the most difficult exams.
“Google is probably just a year or two away from the total disruption. AI will delete the Search Engine Results page where they make the most money. Even if they catch up with AI, they can not fully utilize it without destroying the most valuable part of their business. The way I imagine it would happen is that the URL / search bar of the Internet browser is replaced by auto-complete AI My history / question when I type it while providing the best answer (which can be a link to a website or product). Gmail creator Paul Buccheit wrote in a series of tweets.
Buccheit details that ChatGPT will do to search engines what Google did to the Yellow Pages (diary of information that existed before the Google search engine landed) and AI will delete the Search Engine results page where the search engine is located. Like Google created. Most of their money.
He notes that even if search engines like Google try to capture AI by creating custom versions of the OpenAI-based AI model, they will not be able to fully utilize it without risking destroying the most valuable part of their business. They do not. .
Recently, a professor at the University of Pennsylvania Wharton School was arrested when he tested an AI device with an MBA and ChatGPT passed. Not only the MBA exam, ChatGPT also passed the US law school exam, writing essays on topics such as constitutional law, taxation, and torture. The AI chatbot controlled the entire C + score. According to a white paper published by the University of Minnesota Law School Professor Jonathan Choi and his co-authors.
Google is now preparing to launch more than 20 AI products and expects to come up with its own version of ChatGPT.
“This is a time of significant vulnerability for Google.ChatGPT has put a stake in the base, saying, ‘This is what an attractive new search experience might look like.’ D. Sivakumar, a former Google search director who helped find a startup, Tonita told the New York Times.