Apple AI chatbots: Apple may be working on its own answer to ChatGPT, Google’s Bard – Times of India

OpenAI chatgpt has created a stir in the world of artificial intelligence, spawning several new AI chatbots in just a few months and even garnering a lot of public attention. Apple, The iPhone maker has been quietly developing its own generative AI chatbot, and the people working on it are calling it “AppleGPT”.
According to Bloomberg, the chatbot, called “AppleGPT”, is built on Apple’s own Big Language Model “Ajax”, which is based on the Google JAX framework, hence the name. This framework is designed to accelerate research in machine learning and runs on Google Cloud.
Apple’s chatbot is similar to forageChatGPT, and Bing AI, are capable of summarizing the text and providing answers to questions based on the data fed to it.
The company had briefly put the rollout of the chatbot on hold due to security concerns related to generative AI. However, it has now become accessible to a greater number of Apple employees. Despite the increase in the number of employees using it, approval is still required to access chatbots.
There are many teams working on chatbots. Some of these teams are dedicated to addressing privacy concerns related to the technology. While others with access to it are tasked with product prototypes.
Recently, Apple has been on a hiring spree looking for engineers and scientists specializing in artificial intelligence. The iPhone maker was looking for a software engineer with a background in generic AI to work on its “most advanced technologies”.
John Giannandrea And Craig FederighiApple’s senior vice president of software engineering is leading the effort, according to the report.
Initially Giannandrea was appointed to supervise Sir, I And its machine learning skills, so there’s a possibility that Apple’s digital assistant could get a much-needed upgrade.
Although development is in full swing, it is currently unclear what plans Apple has for the chatbot. Sources told Bloomberg that Apple could make a “significant AI-related announcement” sometime next year.
In an investor call, Cook emphasized the potential of generic AI, but also acknowledged the need to address its concerns. Then, in an interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook He said the company is taking a closer look at AI, talking about the need for the technology to “self-regulate”. So that’s why Apple is taking its time before letting its AI into the hands of the public.