ChatGPT Weekly News: E3
In the era of ChatGPT, evolution is calculated in days. Every day, many disruptive and innovative AI products are born, and some of them will revolutionize the industry they are in. This article will summarize the news of ChatGPT-related products that appeared this week and my personal opinion for my subscribers (Note: this article is not generated by ChatGPTs)
- Google DeepMind
- Greg Brockman • TED2023
In my prior article “Which Big Tech’s AI Awakening First: Google, Facebook, Apple or Tesla?” I analyzed these two companies, noting that each company’s weakness coincided with the other’s strengths, as depicted in their capability Radar Charts.
But 1 + 1 > 2?
My answer is: Uncertain.
Google Brain’s Transformers-based models, BERT, LaMDA/LaMDA2, and PaLM(introduced at Google I/O22), diverge significantly from Deep Mind’s AlphaGo, AlphaFold, and Alpha Zero — models grounded in Deep Reinforcement Learning.
In light of the merger, which company’s technological trajectory will take precedence, and which will be abandoned? Or will both paths be pursued concurrently, and if so, what purpose would the merger serve?
It is possible they aim to develop a novel model distinct from Transformers and Deep Reinforcement Learning. In that case, any tangible results would likely remain elusive for the short term(six months).
Hence, the fate of Google DeepMind remains shrouded in mystery.
In this AI competition, Apple has yet to any action, maybe we need to wait until June WWDC23. As for Meta (Facebook), I primarily feel a sense of regret. Initially, Meta held a relatively advantageous position in this competition. It is…