IT Home reported that Microsoft’s Bing Chat, a competitor of Bard’s recently launched public beta, holds a license to use OpenAI’s ChatGPT technology. However, concerns were raised when former Google AI researcher, Jacob Devlin, allegedly warned Alphabet CEO, Sundar Pichai, that Bard was accessing ChatGPT data in an indirect manner. Devlin claimed that Bard’s development team had accessed ShareGPT, a website that contained a large number of users’ ChatGPT chats available for public viewing. However, Google spokesperson, Chris Pappas, denied the claim and stated that Bard did not use any data from ShareGPT or ChatGPT for training. The Information report also suggests that Google’s Brain AI team is collaborating with Alphabet-owned AI Company, DeepMind, to work on a new project, code-named Gemini, aimed at developing a product that can rival OpenAI. The report hints at Google’s intention to replace Bard with a chatbot.


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