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The Latest News around ChatGPT in a Nutshell

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The Latest News around ChatGPT in a Nutshell

As the ChatGPT boom continues to grow exponentially, it might be hard to keep up with all the news related to the product. Here is a summary of the latest news around ChatGPT as of February 24, 2023.

Feb. 24, 2023
The Korea Bizwire: South Korean Tech Firms Incorporate ChatGPT to Enhance Service

  • Healthcare platform Gooddoc released a ChatGPT-based health artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot service which utilizes ChatGPT to respond to questions related to health and medical procedures within just one second, enhancing utility.
  • Software education startup Team Sparta introduced ChatGPT as its consultation platform for online coding classes. Students can copy and paste faulty code onto the platform, which will utilize ChatGPT to locate the source of the error within seconds.
  • Samsung SDS, an IT service unit of Samsung Group, introduced ChatGPT to its Robotic Process Automation (RPA) system to expedite repetitive tasks.

Feb. 23, 2023
CNBC: Baidu says its alternative to ChatGPT is coming to the public in March

  • “We will embed Ernie bot into Baidu search first, and we’ll open it to the public in March,” Baidu CEO Robin Li said Wednesday during an earnings call, according to a FactSet transcript. The company is working on “a revolutionary version of Baidu search built upon Ernie bot that incorporates generative AI into our search algorithm as well as content creation, and we are adding interactive features,” he said. “Users will soon be able to interact directly with the new generative large language model.”

Feb. 23, 2023
Forbes: The Unexpected Winners of The ChatGPT Generative AI Revolution

  • There is one clear winner in this massive transition. NVIDIA, the dominant provider of chips used to train Generative AI (GAI) networks, and all major providers of infrastructure for AI training are expected to benefit. GAI requires massive amounts of computing power to train. But some of the most unexpected winners of the GAI revolution are likely to be publishing houses that own massive amounts of proprietary copyrighted content.

Feb. 23, 2023
The Daily Mail: Gatwick Airport motorist reduced his £100 fine using ChatGPT to just £15

  • Shaun Bosley received ‘final notice’ of £100 for driving through Gatwick Airport. Mr. Bosley turned to ChatGPT to write his appeal, which resulted in the fine being reduced to £15.

Feb. 21, 2023
Reuters: ChatGPT launches boom in AI-written e-books on Amazon

  • There were over 200 e-books in Amazon’s Kindle store as of mid-February listing ChatGPT as an author or co-author, including “How to Write and Create Content Using ChatGPT,” “The Power of Homework” and poetry collection “Echoes of the Universe.” And the number is rising daily. There is even a new sub-genre on Amazon: Books about using ChatGPT, written entirely by ChatGPT. But due to the nature of ChatGPT and many authors’ failure to disclose they have used it, it is nearly impossible to get a full accounting of how many e-books may be written by AI.

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