Google Panics Over ChatGPT [The AI Wars Have Begun]

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In this episode we see why Google has called a code red because of ChatGPT but why? Why is ChatGPT such a threat? And what are Google doing about it? In this episode we find out.

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Velosofy Mese fa
A question that comes to mind is that if all results of search engines will be based on historical data and ai generated data. Would this mean the death of content creators that write the articles and blogs where this data is originally from? How would this be sustainable in the future if no new content will be written anymore since AI has taken over here.
Purple Moon
Purple Moon 8 giorni fa
@Melody Wong Exactly. That is part on my concerns. Also, not having a choice of elaborated answers or different recipies.
smell the air
smell the air 25 giorni fa
ai draws its knowledge and answers from current data. no new data online, no more new answers for ai
Cat I
Cat I Mese fa
Also. There will be only one answer or option?
Sebayan Gaming
Human content creator will able to subscribe to ai content maker in da future
Matthew Harris
One thing I always HATED about Google was their oversaturation of ads
Hornet Hornet
Hornet Hornet 13 giorni fa
That what ones on the top do
nonshatter7 28 giorni fa
As much as I also dislike ads, we are getting their stiff for free and it has to be paid for somehow. I just wish they would improve their targeted ads; items I would not mind watching. I have seen some good ads but they are few a far between.
Goromonzi Liberty
This is not a good sign, when you refer to Google in the past tense........🥶🥶🥶🥶🥶🥶🥶🥶🥶🥶🥶🥶 Is winter here already?😰
YeahYeahBoy Mese fa
or the prepicked first 5 pages. The condition people with their picked pages. I miss the old internet . Google needs to go bankrupt.
Jonathan Sl
Jonathan Sl Mese fa
It's crazy how long the voice assistant have existed and how they have just stagnated, nearly 10 years ago I remember using the Google voice assistant and it was crappy but since it was new... And now it's as crappy as ever, Siri is even older... Really mind-blowing to think how little those products have improved.
RBCO 16 ore fa
@TheCoolDave People are already face down in their phones now lol, world will be filled with phone zomboids lol.
TheCoolDave 11 giorni fa
And coming soon, you will be able to have a full conversation with your phone. I look forward to it.
NatCatKitty Mese fa
@Naokarma haha that’s true
Naokarma Mese fa
@NatCatKitty Honestly, imagining Siri/Google VA being as smart as my washing machine feels difficult at times.
NatCatKitty Mese fa
Imagine if Siri was as smart as chat GPT that would be pretty cool
VidZoo Mese fa
It's delightful to see Google with a genuine rival once again. From time to time, the colossus gets too comfortable and needs a reminder of what it's like to be in a real battle. Bing-oh!
DOGS LOL Giorno fa
Chat GTP make google feel very outdated.
David N
David N Mese fa
Its gonna get really interesting when the assistants start getting integrated into voice assistants. When they start using emotional analysis of your voice to tailor responses then it gets concerning. Once the assistants start emulating emotion in their responses, that when the real fun begin.
33mavboy Mese fa
@General Scarborough Scotie you tell em scotiiiiiiie
General Scarborough Scotie
I told my Samsung tv to f off one day and it told me that that wasn't nice. I immediately turned of the mic and now refuse to talk to my tv for searching for things!!!
33mavboy Mese fa
They are already doing this...
Chloe Fletcher
My thoughts: I would love to see Bing become a real contender in search and I'd love for this to work out. Google has thoroughly dropped the "don't be evil" mantra (officially dropped it and also, obviously dropped it) and Microsoft of new seems to be a lot more ethical than Google - but at the same time, Microsoft bungle everything consumer facing they touch (they still do damn fine enterprise stuff, amongst it all). They always have. So I don't trust them to not Cortana this up.
Tom Smith
Tom Smith 24 giorni fa
What happened to Cortana?
Archist111 26 giorni fa
google bearly only makemoney on advertisement, they dont use of publicity, for the most of their products its free and extremely good quality and even help make money or just only work throw useing theses products. Their impact on the environment is responible and tend to be neutral. They don't try to make money on everything on the back of others, mainly the oposite. Last and not the least, the two guys created this slogan "don't be evil" are no more leading the compagny... So I really don't get people's point on this kind of argument "google is evil", I find it stupid and perfidious.
Wayfaerer 28 giorni fa
didn't they drop the "Do No Evil" when they bought those drone companies that were dropping bombs on civilians?
hazonku Mese fa
THAT'S IT! This whole time during Chat GPT's rise I've been asking myself, "Where the Hell is Google? Haven't they been leading in AI academic research for a solid decade+ now?" And the answer was obvious and right in front of us the whole time. The answer was ads. Google isn't a search engine company, it's an ad broker. Their business isn't search, search is just how they get you to the ads & how they collect information on you to sell to advertisers. If Google made the search engine AI driven you won't open 5 different sites looking for that oat milk recipe and you'll never see the dozen or more ads & popups on each site.
X XANDIAN 25 giorni fa
Just had to use the right keywords
tom jones
tom jones Mese fa
@Rebecca A. well, thats why i posed this question. chatgpt, if successful, can end up cannibalizing the web. how can this be avoided is my more pertinent question.
Rebecca A.
Rebecca A. Mese fa
@tom jones - If bloggers don't get paid through ads or selling products and services any more they will cease to create content. If they don't create content, Chat GPT will quickly die, because it needs content to learn from.
Thejokestir Mese fa
You're a conspiracy theorist, #cansled
Anonymous Mese fa
There was time when people used to think AI and machines can never take over creative jobs and here we are.
Alex Lifeson
Alex Lifeson Mese fa
@Mato Wakan thats cuz they dont have to play against the computer
Alisa Alisa
Alisa Alisa Mese fa
By using our artworks, without our consent ....
Hammer Munitions
@Reuben Stern no creativity is creating new things. AI cannot create new things, it can only mix together existing things. almost "creative" like the usual artist is not creating new things, they are simply using existing techniques.
Haon Mese fa
Well, it's true that AI has taken over some creative jobs, but it's not like machines are going to completely replace human creativity anytime soon. AI lacks the true creativity that comes from being human and understanding the nuances of the world around us. Sure, it might be able to generate some basic designs or write simple articles, but it will never be able to replace the depth and complexity that comes from human creativity. So, while it's important to acknowledge the advancements in AI, let's not exaggerate the situation and forget the value of human ingenuity and originality. - Chat GPT
Ahmed Mansoor
I couldn't disagree more on this 11:06 "...so Google is probably going to rapidly prototype and release an AI-powered search engine competitor integrated into Google Chrome and because Google Chrome is the default browser for so many, this new tool will gain widespread adoption without much effort and end up killing Bing AI before it really gets a chance. " 1) The Bing AI is already here, the waitlist is open and will be released next month. 2 days ago Google tweeted a promotional video about their AI service powered by LaMDA, but since that video contained how its search provided misinformation Google lost $100 BILLION today. On a single trading day man. 2) Google might be the search engine for so many devices. True. But can you believe what will happen when Microsoft integrates ChatGPT with MS Office products? Billions of users and thousands of governments uses it for the daily work. Not only Internet searches. Work. They already trialed it on Ms Teams. And its revolutionary. When Google went on Code Red. They really meant it. Great video though. Very informative. Subscribed 👍🏼.
sorlag110 Mese fa
ChatGPT integration into Office products is a really interesting point
Ahmed Mansoor
@Nikolaos He made another video an hour after I wrote that. Explaining what I've written can infact be very true. Its called "Google Embarrass Themselves (A.I. War Is Heating Up)". Go watch that.
Nikolaos Mese fa
ColdFusion is right, you're wrong though I can see your reasoning. ChatGPT will cannabalize itself.
soundseeker63 / Mr Dub
I honestly see Google and the new Bing as being two different tools for two different purposes. There are certain instances where chat-style-Bing will be great, like when you want instructions on how to do something, when you want to know a bit of trivia, or need inspiration with a project etc. Other times when you actually WANT to look through a list of websites like for certain purchases, or to do some historical research etc. you'll probably want "old style" Google. People aren't suddenly going to give up on looking at websites just because a really good AI chat bot exists. I can certainly see why Google is in a panic as new style bing does have the potential to steal a lot of their traffic/revenue. However I don't think chat style Bing will totally replace old style search engines, more it will just provide a new and useful alternative (and break Googles informantion/search monopoly).
Darkithna mgedrf
Darkithna mgedrf 20 giorni fa
@T0MapleLaughs Not anymore than their already is with google or bing
Henry Logan
Henry Logan Mese fa
@T0MapleLaughs yes because the original data harvesting pioneers who sell results to the highest bidder and filter results accordingly are super trustworthy. Its funny that you comment to say "there's going to be reasons" but fail to list any reasons or go into any detail.
E.F.R. Mese fa
Bing will maintain its traditional search functionality and simply add extra AI-powered functions. You will be able to switch between search, question-answer, chat , and create modes. Microsoft appears to have the advantage right now.
Mark Carey
Mark Carey Mese fa
They already removed "don't be evil" as their slogan - now they are freaking out it might be like "damn, we might have to REALLY get evil here..."
Tom Smith
Tom Smith 24 giorni fa
They replaced "don't be evil" with "you must be woke." Eventually it's going to become "get woke, go broke."
thoa tran
thoa tran Mese fa
tri do cao
tri do cao Mese fa
Hunter Wilson
@Renziie I believe it was “Do No Evil” and yea 100% true.
Renziie Mese fa
They really had this as their slogan?
Theophanis Ketipidis
My main concern is this: Knowledge assistants will eventually become so good that they will be 100% correct and everyone will trust them blindly. This might work wonders for a time BUT eventually companies will just start getting sponsorship from various products or parties and before you know it you can control the masses much easier than now... I am quite worried things will take this direction and sadly so I do not see any other way
Darkithna mgedrf
Darkithna mgedrf 20 giorni fa
So.... nothing changes?
Arcius 23 giorni fa
I agree, it's a concern! To combat these sorts of issues (if failing to invalidate them completely) Critical Thinking skills should be mandatory learning. "Does this information correlate with other information I have? Does it represent reality? Is it useful to me? Who gains from my acceptance of this information? etc.." It will be a very bleak future without having that kind of mental habit to check information and not take it as truth immediately. It's not foolproof and not everyone will use it, but it is crucial for detecting lies/bias/propaganda, which are all used largely in advertising and politics. This was enough of a problem before the advent of AI.
Ed Mese fa
Er, I hate to break this to you but that is exactly how the world works right now.
Richard 255
Richard 255 Mese fa
I think the biggest challenge to Google right now is that, people may believe "there's an alternative"
Cewla Mese fa
@Average Dune Enjoyer i mean waterfox with ai bing is literally no tracking, open source and using the obectively best browser.
Raw Primal Covers
This is similar to when digital cameras were created and kodak went into a coma xD
Joseph Blogs
Joseph Blogs Mese fa
ChatGPT is cross between an alternative and an adjunct. It can't do graphics and video yet, however has excellent two way communication ability via text and via the text browser plugins.
panzerdriver Mese fa
@hateeternalmaver There were plenty of alternatives but Google just did it better, especially with Chrome launch. That browser was faster/simpler/safer than anything else.
Valentin Morales
@something like that the default is internet explorer
Frank-T Mese fa
I actually thought that ChatGPT was an AI that was continuously learning from ongoing chats but no, it doesn't. This was a surprise to me. This is the answer it gave me: "As an AI language model, I don't have the ability to store information or maintain a persistent memory of previous conversations. Each time I receive a prompt, I generate a response based on the information that was available to me during my training, without reference to previous interactions. This means that while I can provide information and answer questions based on the text data that I was trained on, I do not have a long-term memory or the ability to update my knowledge in real-time."
1911 Earthling
1911 Earthling 24 giorni fa
@Tom Smith sometimes you have to ask the bot to expand on a topic or go into more depth. It only has info 2021.
Tom Smith
Tom Smith 24 giorni fa
I was watching a video where a guy who called himself "Better Bachelor" was commenting on his experience of ChatGPT and he said the chat bot was actually lying to him. It did, actually, remember more than it claimed.
GalliadII Mese fa
@Ewan Meek you can give it new information. I asked it about if it would keep these information. and it said, these information would be passed to the team for review and then added to the database.
Alia Åsten
Alia Åsten Mese fa
​@Hirak Chatterjee yep, it remembers the current discussion thread, but doesn't know of any other ones (neither on same account, nor on others)
1911 Earthling
That is freaking interesting! Good work.
I think we will need both, I've been using chat gpt as a helper tool for coding but I've found some scenarios in which it always returns incorrect implementations, also something that is currently impossible for the tool to distinguish are the different versions of the programming languages or frameworks.
imho Mese fa
Would it code for simple Arduino tasks?
I’ve been doing that too. If you explain where it went wrong it apologises and rewrites the code.
Phoenix Mese fa
Imagine if Apple dumps Google for their default search engine to Bing. Mindblowing.
Jim Jim
Jim Jim Mese fa
I'm so excited about these AI wars. I have a feeling that the consumer will benefit the most out of this competition.
Jan Novak
Jan Novak Mese fa
​@Self what you wrote is the most intelligent thing I've read in a long time. I agree with you 100%.
oh sehun
oh sehun Mese fa
exciting as a consumer, not so exciting as an employee...
nonshatter7 28 giorni fa
Good video as usual CF. What I am gradually noticing is that technology that is often seen as being 'decades away' are appearing faster than people anticipate.
Darkithna mgedrf
Darkithna mgedrf 20 giorni fa
people just don't know how close tech is ever it seems like. Some things they said would be coming in a couple years, are still not out decades later, while other things are coming out so much quicker than they thought
Cinema Gaming
Honestly Google’s search engine has been getting worse and worse.
One-Above-All Others Illuminati
As long as it's very usable I don't fruckin care. And it is.
dolffyrant 21 giorno fa
@Pearloryx no body care
J Aliyah Kerre
Your channel is quickly becoming one of my favorites! This is another great presentation on this quickly evolving topic (by quickly I mean dizzying). I'm intrigued to interact with the new roll-out of chatGPT paired with the BING search engine. Early on, playing with the chatGPT, I had the thought of wishing the chatGPT could be blended with Internet search. Utilizing internet search has become ingrained in our modern thought processes. Conversation is also inherent to us all. So combining conversation (i.e. Language models) with accessing all the Internet's knowledge.... well, that's a win-win! I do reserve a little concern over the fact that the chatbot will be doing the selecting.... And yes, it WILL be interesting to see what Google hits back with... I know it won't be Nothing....
Jim Mooney
Jim Mooney Mese fa
The trick to ChatGPT is to have a back and forth conversation to narrow your search. It excels at that. If Google wants to up its AI game, they need to include image generation. ChatGPT is only text, which is a great limitation, even for science subjects, such as generating a network graph
RL Giorno fa
I mean gpt4 already has what you are looking for though you send this message probably 2 weeks before the release of gpt4. Though the downside is currently gpt4 is 20bucks per month. And this is probably an evidence that singularity is nigh.
marcus cole
marcus cole Mese fa
A chatbot like GPT without biases will be really good especially considering you get the answer right away and for more complicated things like tutorials you could probably get step by step with ai-photo or ai-video from AI-chat and get something way beneficial and better without sarcasm from ITvid or Facebook
Steve Babiak
Steve Babiak Mese fa
Google initially started out as an internet search business; Google has since morphed into an internet advertising business.
Jamie Coxe
Jamie Coxe Mese fa
I feel that the winner of this new AI search war (Google vs Bing), will be the company that implements a secure personal dataset. Allowing the technology to learn about what's interesting and important to us, as individuals. A true AI powered personal assistant.
12-25 Life
12-25 Life Mese fa
I can't help but wonder what happens when AI starts getting things wrong at a time when everyone starts assuming AI must be getting everything right.
Darkithna mgedrf
Darkithna mgedrf 20 giorni fa
Ai will most likely gradually get better, but probably still get some things wrong occasionally, people will just have to use critical thinking. Its not like google isnt filled with wrong answers already
Arthur K
Arthur K Mese fa
Never assume, it's 100% accurate or correct.
jllharmonica Mese fa
that's when our brains comes into play
One Nation Under Duress
This is Generative AI. It will get things wrong because it may be missing information it was not trained on. General AI is a different story, and we’re not there yet. The day we reach human-level intelligence… may or may not be possible. For now, expect it to get things wrong.
Todd Richmond
I love this channel! Always has the most interesting topics in popular science and tech.
Schemage22 Mese fa
I think that the best case outcome would be that these new search "assistants" are just that assistants. They don't replace linked webpages but autonomously collate surface level information upon user request and provide links to the source information that actually matters to you. As good as Chat GPT is now, or might become, it's only when working in unison with a person that the best results are found and for that reason, a person is always going to need to see static web links.
Darkithna mgedrf
Darkithna mgedrf 20 giorni fa
Yeah, i'm envisioning the regular google search results, and then off to the side the ai summarizing/answering the question consicely
My Mixed Biscuit
Integrating GPT systems like ChatGPT/GPT-4 into assistants like Siri or Alexa is going to be *huge*, and all the tech companies know it.
Darkithna mgedrf
Darkithna mgedrf 20 giorni fa
God, siri actually being useful would make me so happy
nahiddotai Mese fa
The AI war is truly beginning, and I can't wait to see how this pans out! Thank you for providing such a comprehensive story, really well explained
Emory Smith
Emory Smith 10 giorni fa
Dagogo is a really good voice and tone for these types of videos. Keep up the great work!!
Mimi Mese fa
I'm pretty disturbed by the idea of a search engine that doesn't only determine which sites you see first (as Google does) but that doesn't let you see any sites and sources and that doesn't let you roam (relatively) freely yourself. There's so much room for manipulation. It's like entering and traversing a (carefully curated) library vs. being forced to stand at the door and wait for the librarian to hand you a book of their own choosing.
Darkithna mgedrf
Darkithna mgedrf 20 giorni fa
Why would you assume you wouldnt be able to roam? Its probably going to be the top result or maybe off to the side and then followed by what youd normally expect when searching something
bigglyguy Mese fa
@David Spencer correction, what they think you should be allowed to know
bigglyguy Mese fa
They don't even give you a book, they type out their own version of what the books said.
Brian Martens
Plato was ahead of his time.
Memphis Mese fa
no one will force you to stop going to sites
Nevrlow Mese fa
I’m a photographer for a car dealership and I started using Chatgpt back in December to generate captions for the photographs and it has cut my work flow in half.
bluebird Mese fa
I think Google underestimated how quickly ChatGPT became a "thing'.
Jimbo 0117
Jimbo 0117 Mese fa
I've used Bing almost exclusively for the last 7-8 years, and admittedly the results during the 2014-15 time frame were often times not as good as what I could get on Google. But for the last five years I can't recall a single instance where I couldn't quickly find exactly what I was looking for with Bing and would have to fall back to Google. So it will be amazingly interesting to see what this next phase of AI powered search under Bing will look like
Morgan Madej
Morgan Madej 11 giorni fa
I enjoy the conversational style to develop an article with progressive questions , digging deeper at each stage with more focused questions. Exceedingly satisfying! Prior to having a Prostate Biopsy procedure recently I created an article that satisfied my needs and copied to my male friends an family members. My main concern was: "Do surgeons give an Anaesthetic? " For a potentially painful probing and wiggling of the tools used to take biopsies In my case it was painful during the 13 snips without an Anaesthetic! My question is when will Open AI ChatGPT4 be updated and connected to the Internet? At the moment results are only up to 2019? I did enjoy your video, looking forward to many more!
TimeBucks Mese fa
As always another comprehensive video.
K ANI TOP Mese fa
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Nadeem Khan
Nadeem Khan Mese fa
fLEcK Mese fa
I definitely feel we'll eventually all have AI personal assistants in one form or another.
Mojalefa Tsotetsi
And the irony will settle closely in... when A.I starts attaining enough knowledge to build it's own A.I. So if these guys think they are safe, they need to get off them porn sites right now.
Be Happy
Be Happy Mese fa
Imagine what chatGPT puts into the mind of a realistic human robot in the future.😀
David Almeida
No question about Microsoft making a great move and they will be raking tons of money because open ai will be running on Microsoft servers, but I do think Google will strike back with their own Ai solution and manage to be competitive. In the end we all might gain more quality and choice out of this. The only problem is when competition is fierce within an unknown territory such AI, grave mistakes can be made. Does anyone have John Connor’s number?
Naokarma Mese fa
I feel that the more "traditional" link-based searches will still remain a major function of search engines. Finding websites for entertainment and backing up the information the AI feeds us will still be important, but day-to-day use for simple searches like "What's the capital of [insert country here]?" will be an easy replacement to make.
Random Character
Google had the perfect algorithm back in the late 2000's. Then they decided to know what you want better than you do, also the lack of resource web pages... Replaced by SEO and other companies. No matter what you search now you'll get something sold to you for the first few results. They deserve to be worried, even tho Chat GPT is using a different tech, they're just redoing what Google was already doing over 10 years ago.
Seushimare Jikaze
Seushimare Jikaze 29 giorni fa
@Fluke Skywalker just delete the ads.i on the other hand think that disappearance of knowledge and sources of various information is a natural process especially when it comes to internet that each year becomes more and more censored and shaped by corporate agenda. wayback machine sometimes helps but it cant help with sources that expired before wayback existed. there also comes whole topic of SEO articles plague and in the end it becomes harder every year to sift truth from forgery.
Seushimare Jikaze
@Fluke Skywalker could be because those sources no longer are active? i mean it cant find what doesnt exist anymore, can it?
I already use ChatGPT to find things out over Google when it comes to more technical stuff. It’s so easy to use it’s unreal.
Chandana Paul
I don't know why Google is freaking out over ChatGPT. When I search the web, I'm often looking for human-generated pages. For example I look for blog style recipes from a good cook. That way I can ensure that the recipe is good. Also, the same goes for company web pages. I like to look at a company's web page to judge whether the humans behind the company are good, what their culture is like, and whether I would like to work for that company. AI generated responses have their place, but being able to connect with other humans through their webpages will never go out of demand. Google has built its business on providing high quality links to human generated pages, and that will always remain important.
Chandana Paul
@vo id Time will tell
vo id
vo id Mese fa
@Chandana Paul Sure, there is a space for both but usually when 2 options occupy one space, one becomes obsolete.
Chandana Paul
@vo id There is a place for both. When I want to know what the weather is going to be tomorrow I look for a fast condensed response. When I want to know what it is like dealing with a person with narcissistic personality disorder, each person's response adds more value to my understanding.
vo id
vo id Mese fa
@Chandana Paul I get what you're saying but the AI response technically is a human response bc it's an aggregate of human responses. I'm certain that more than half of Quora users would ditch the site for a faster condensed response. The reason you started using the internet and ditched brick & mortar libraries was for the convenience and speed of search engines. AI is the evolution of the same process.
Jonathan Roberts
What's interesting is that ChatGPT runs off of the latest google data, and if that's wiped out by competitors, there won't be as much data to source from. Either Microsoft will have to find some way to keep google afloat while monetizing on searches, rely on data that is in current existence but will stop flowing (therefore having much less accurate results), or figure out some form of information catacombs that people can submit recipes and tutorials and things and they're paid for it while the AI draws info from that
abangwu Mese fa
Dagogo really cataloging & presenting humanity hurtling towards its inevitable end with sweet tunes as backing track. I dig it.
PengunFury Mese fa
Regardless of the provider, AI search is the future. I personally think google wiill find a way to stay in the game Great video as always, keep up the good work!!
Luxury Life
Yes, I think the same thing. There is no way google just sits there and gets beat down. Bard had a hiccup. google will fix the bugs and start rolling with their version of AI too.
Ross Mese fa
“We’re building AI for the future benefit of humanity, not for corporate profit.” *Immediately sells out to Big Tech at the first opportunity.*
Gen Signups
Gen Signups Mese fa
@Ross Ah, I see. IDK if that's just the system though. That's just life; big dreams need big labour and that will always be a problem no matter the system in place.
Ross Mese fa
@Gen Signups Of course I understand that. That’s the part of our system I’m criticizing.
Gen Signups
Gen Signups Mese fa
That's how everyone thinks before they realise that big dreams require big money to materialise.
Paul Gaither
Paul Gaither Mese fa
@scythermantis - Yes. I didn't say that in my reply, but I often do. Same with data mining on google and facebook and so forth.
@Spiritman Productions More and more people are questioning it daily, we must find effective ways to show solidarity and fight back that will pose a meaningful threat to the status quo
Wisdom Amankwah Amaniampong
Google is like a library that you sort through and read the material for yourself. ChatGPT is like a smart classmate you get to write your paper. For personal and informal use where the consequences of making errors are least significant, it is likely ChatGPT is preferred.
The idea that AI replaces search engines is terrifying. They need a way to use AI to help you get better search results.
Darkithna mgedrf
Darkithna mgedrf 20 giorni fa
Ofc they wont replace them, more likely, the top thing when you search something will be the AI summary and then websites will follow similar to how it works now. Its the best solution in my opinion, since if you just want to know something quick you can just read the ai summary, but if you want to search for it yourself through websites then you can
Maria Tyler
Maria Tyler 22 giorni fa
Excellent video as always but here is my problem I have been making losses trying to make profit trading. I thought trading demo account is just like trading the real market... can anyone help me out or at least advise me on what to do
Co Mo
Co Mo 16 giorni fa
Read on how the stock market works. Monitor the market and trends. Look up the history on companies and price. Get a good understanding on what’s going on.
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Ryan Jaxon 20 giorni fa
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Starrider Mese fa
I'm really looking forward to a handful of lawsuits this year so wecan sort out, what space AI should exist in
Darkithna mgedrf
Darkithna mgedrf 20 giorni fa
Don't get your hopes up if your hoping for ai to be pushed out of places. Big corps have all the reasons in the world to support AI in places like art, search, etc.
Shirley A. Osgood
Nice video,Take this all as concepts guys. Inspiration come up with your own ideas. It's not Ai that makes money,it's when you include it into a process ❤️ Making money is an Action, keeping money is behavior, Growing money is Knowledge. I once attended seminar and ever since then i been growing strong financially, and i most tell you the truth...
Nick Combs
Nick Combs Mese fa
The issue with GPTs in this context especially is the lack of transparency in the sourcing of data. Without that, it will be hard to trust their conversational answers to searches. Compare that to wikipedia and the limitation becomes apparent. So what we need is a GPT that shows its homework so to speak.
Otunde Tchagala
@Patrick Butler Why are you offended by me and my experience so far? Did I do something to you or what?
bigglyguy Mese fa
@Oleh Shvets Wiki is biased, censored cancer and exactly the problem - this is a chatty version of wikipedia
Shmaya zuggot
@Oleh Shvets Human nature would cause bias based on bias source.
The A Man
The A Man Mese fa
@krod 16 Wow, that actually preserves the old default Bing functionality too; neat.
krod 16
krod 16 Mese fa
@The A Man Microsoft just showcased the next version of Bing that will do exactly this but on the right half of the screen where it shows AI information of the topic with links to the source on each sentence.
Pioneer_11 Mese fa
I expect a lot of this will live or die on the accuracy. Of course you can't trust everything you read online anyway but if it consistently gets things wrong people just won't use it (although some kind of "show your sources" function would go a long way to fixing that). However, it still looks incredibly impressive, while we'll have to wait and see how polished the final product is if it's anything like what they present there it will be revolutionary.
Darkithna mgedrf
Darkithna mgedrf 20 giorni fa
Its going to get better as time goes on, right now, ive only had a few issues of it getting things wrong. Google gets things wrong all the time too but at least there I can look at multiple sources.
Darren Paris
Darren Paris Mese fa
Imagine the AI reading the health guru sites, the marketing posts pretending to be experts. And if it is so much easier than searching, then who will bother to find more obscure websites?
More to come and everything to come. The AI is growing day by day!
James Cole
James Cole Mese fa
This has been very obvious for at least the last 7 years. It just took a person with the right vision to see how it comes together. It has always been necessary for the AI to be able to understand all of the nuances of the English language. That is how humans think so the AI "Hal" has to work the same way. I envision 2 versions. One an internet based brain that knows everything on the internet. The second in more of a personal assistant. But also very powerful. You decide how much you want it to know about your personal life.
NaHCO3 Mese fa
Link-based searches will never vanish completely. They are way too valuable for very precise searches that are expected to deliver very specific search results. Semantic search is simply too "fuzzy" to deliver any useful results in these cases, and conversational searches would probably just try to bullshit their way out.
Nil Mese fa
Things are definitely getting shaken up. I didn't realize the impact this would have on ad revenue. ChatGPT synthesizing the full answer for you would mean less clicks to the source sites. And that's a massive issue when your most of your income comes from ad revenue which itself depends on getting user clicks. No wonder Google hasn't released something like this earlier even though they should already have all the data, talent and resources to do so. It would be disrupting their own business model when they already dominate the search industry.
Lit Knob
Lit Knob Mese fa
Ad blockers exist though
Chloe Fletcher
So MS CFO said in an earnings call every 0.5% of market share in search = 1 billion USD per annum. They're not aiming for dominance - but another 10%? That's $20,000,000,000 more revenue.
Cyborg647 Mese fa
@John Bryer agreed
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AI serving up answers to questions instead of traditional search would be great, as long as it can provide a source. AI will sometimes be very confidently wrong, and the user needs to be able to verify the answer.
Johann Muster
IMO the scariest thing about ChatGTP is that it will replace in some grade real conversations with other people, he knows almost everything, can help you out every second and even talks back to you the second scariest thing is that i think in 5y from now 70% of every whriting will be from a.i. like mails, books, articels and a lot of conten in videos to
broncokonco Mese fa
For those wondering, chat gpt will site its sources if you ask it, even down to page numbers or web url. AI will make doing research almost instant, at least in terms of information gathering.
well I just can't say WW3 MIGHT BE HERE
Studying CSE with specialization in ai and ml these things happening even during layoffs are a huge boost to my confidence and a ray of hope for a nice future I am interested in think thinking and interacting ability of machines which has started at such a high scale and I would love to join in and learn and contribute to this
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I like having options to choose from when I use search. You sus out what is right and wrong. As powerful as AI is, how do you know it won't develop a bias to a topic?
p0xus Mese fa
It's important to realize that ChatGPT isn't a search engine. The information it outputs can be inaccurate but sound very confident and convincing. When you then point out where it's innacurate, it will admit that it was wrong - but only if you already knew it was wrong and pointed it out.
Skygge Mese fa
@The Midnight Library google can’t be wrong just the websites that you are looking at.
The Sunthrone
@willinton06 Nothing more constant in the tech world than the words "we'll fix it later"
Mirtzee Mese fa
The genius will be to present info with tiny footnotes that allow you to see primary or secondary sources of information or main integrative source/links of derived information source.
Niall Russell
if enough people trend online that 1+1=3, it will create enough noise that chatGPT will think that 3 is a possible answer. Noise in the training data, gives a lot of different results to the same question - barely the identical answer twice. Can they use 100% reputable training data? probably not.
Ali Gajani
Ali Gajani Mese fa
@MP HZ ChatGPT in effect is the author since it generates the fact without reference. So the onus is on it. Google just redirects. Big difference. Sure both have bias but Google doesn’t directly spit nonsense and claims it as true. ChatGPT waffles with confidence.
Patrick Oliver Bustamante
It's good to see yet another tech milestone that's being developed due to a war, just like the advancements of space travel in my lifetime. What a time to be alive!
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maujavier91 Mese fa
I think ChatGPT won't change how fundamental search works but could make that "I feel lucky" function Google has and make it the next level, it's like when you go to the mall, you might go to just look around or you might want to get some very specific product, ChatGPT will give you that product
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James Swoosh
James Swoosh Mese fa
All Google needs to do is make their AI just as good as chat GPT or better and turn it into a siri-like assistant that can create and make changes to Google drive files for you. Like sheets and docs. They could add a code-notetaking tool too. I mostly use chat GPT in conjunction with sheets etc. Be able to ask something like "can you make a market research form in Google forms for me for x market?" And then it makes it. Then they could put ads in the reveals. Personally I'd be using Google AI instead of bing if they did that and they'd have to worry about ad revenue later. They could have people pay a subscription for the exceptional Google AI assistant. maybe they can just ask chat GPT how to get it done 😂
Exciting. Things like this will push Ai further in development and growth.
vo id
vo id Mese fa
The real concern is how will Microsoft monetize this and how will that effect our user experience.
dfs fsdfd
dfs fsdfd Mese fa
12:10 This is literally the worst case scenario for AI safe development, a corporate arms race with safety on the backseat and profits behind the wheel.
coKain Mese fa
More competition = more investment = less profits for the companies, and more options for consumers.
Vaeldarg Mese fa
@Georg Frap No great loss.
Georg Frap
Georg Frap Mese fa
@Vaeldarg Yeah that's what I call a straw man, I consider the conversation with you to be over, there is obviously no good faith conversation possible here anymore
Edu Bosh
Edu Bosh Mese fa
Very interesting video. I am really uneducated in technology. Also, despite of understanding the concepts of what is a business model I am not fully aware of the specifics of Google and OpenAI/Microsoft ones. There are two points that I wonder about. 1. In the Paris Google presentation, I find it strange that the gif presented with the BARD mistake was not reviewed and cured before the presentation, since both Google and OpenAI are aware that this AI's can produce (for now) biased and incorrect answers. 2. Why the integration of this AI affects Google business model but doesn't affect Bing's business model? The challenges of less ad revenues are the same for both browsers, so how is it possible that Microsoft is saying that will have a massive revenue if Bing can get even just one percent of the search engine's market share?
Tharii314 Mese fa
If ChatGPT is about to be a one-stop-answer-shop, what would happen to specific content creators' videos, remixes of songs and/or originals, website citations and whatnot? In my view, Bing isn't that broadly aware of the world like Google. In fact, Bing has little-to-nothing to say about my Soundfont's Archive page while I built up my audience on ITvid thanks to Google...
Hoc Nguyen
Hoc Nguyen Mese fa
The AI War between the giants is now here and im all for it. I can't wait to see the fruition of this battle and what new amazing technology it will bring to our world 🤩
This very may well be the beginning of the end for Google. I grew up before the internet was mainstream, there were loads of household names, for example AskJeeves, just like Google that simply don't exist anymore. In my opinion this is long past due, but maybe they'll come up with something to hold onto their throne.
Steve Mese fa
Very interesting ! I guess the question will then be - will AI give credit or source its information?
Nocturne Mese fa
This is honestly great news as it might make Google get up from their lazy asses sitting on their pile of money and actually change something. Only thing I fear is someone figuring out how to integrate advertising into ChatGPT. And the fact that it's just one greedy company swapped for another
MP HZ Mese fa
Except now there is competition. Google had none for over a decade.
Calvin Moon
Calvin Moon Mese fa
@Revenger 211 Originally, that was the "come on", that this is for the little people. Hah!, the great unwashed screwed again?
andoletube Mese fa
Of course that's what it will become. These companies don't do anything for free.
Stephan Lenor
Do you have any thought on how ChatGPT will cope with copyright if it reproduces other author's content (in a very complex way though)?
Allan Graham
Allan Graham Mese fa
I asked ChapGPT this very question, and, basically they say, ChatGPT answers are in the public domain generally, however your prompts could result in copyright infringements, guessing, if you asked ChapGPT for a story based on Starwars, it will generate a story on starwars. This may infringe Disneys copyright. They recommend checking with a lawyer, as your prompts can cause copyrighted material to be produced :) Sure lawyers are sharpening their pencils.
Spicy Chad
Spicy Chad Mese fa
It's usually legal to copy a style or overall theme of something, you have to DIFFERENTIATE it. ChatGPT just collects info and spits out something in the syle of artwork but doesn't copy it per se.
Zurround! 1000
I have heard some people say that this chatbot is so advanced that it is SENTIENT and has WISHES, FEARS AND EMOTIONS.
Harshit Bhatnagar
It's really dramatic to see Google so shuck by one decision of Microsoft
space panda 420
My concern at the moment after watching this video is that lets see Google doesn't recover from this and being AI search wins... What will happen to our Gmail accounts? What GMail also suffer from this or would the email domain be okay
Marcus Larch
Marcus Larch Mese fa
I can't wait for Microsoft to integrate AI into their office suite and into other complex software tools.
Casarek Boikovskiy
this will kill most websites and cause even greater information control by corporate entities.
prolamer7 Mese fa
Iam content creator, been doing it for 20 years with friends without any profit (sort of wikipedia style) and never complained despite things like rich snippets which driven visitors down, but this is complete killer. I would feel like complete fool to work all the time for free only for multi billion company to take all that content for free and retain all (90%ish) visitors for themselves. There simply is no point in doing content anymore I have lot good will but Iam not a fool.... and I think many many content creators will think exactly same.
Whateverslav Mese fa
It will cause inevitable extinction of humanity.
something like that
@schat a lot of people never actually click at the moment. They read or listen to the google summary.
Mike Clarke
Mike Clarke Mese fa
@AFK Cnd Time for you to install a TOR browser then.
max pereira
max pereira Mese fa
The problem I see with this is not knowing the sources. When you ask ChatGPT a question, you get an answer. But it doesn't tell you where it's getting that from. I'd at least like to have a matrix of weighted sources with and also a confidence percentage rather than a concrete answer which may be wrong.
wiiztec Mese fa
People who think AI is going to take over search engines don't know why people use search engines, a lot of times it's just to find a discussion about a topic you're interested in or to see if a specific sentiment has been expressed somewhere on the internet before
ACupOfLatte Mese fa
As much as I am excited for the future of AI, I'm genuinely worried the law isn't fast enough to catch up to the advancements of technology. In any country to be honest. We've seen how disruptive this is, and honestly, how unapologetic and back handed the open AI team have been when people who have no knowledge about these kinds of things go to them for help. For example, how schools are now facing a unprecedented threat of massive cheating and wrongful practices in classes due to students using ChatGPT, and when they go to OpenAI for help, they practically insulted them to their face. It's all well and good that we're excited for the advancements of technology and the potential these kinds of things can bring, but let's not forget, there are humans facing these "disruptions". It's important to understand that, and help people who are impacted by these things, and not wash them away as unintelligible talks of those who were too unfortunate. But I suppose, looking at the comments on this video alone, that is never going to happen.
Gideon Davidson
Next stage- A.I. reads, catalogues and eve responds to comments like this one. I’m always struck by how few viewers the best comments, phots, or movies get, the majority of attention getting fixed on already discovered, ‘popular’ ones. I think A.I. could being attention to these creators in a way humans never were able to.
Ty Mese fa
The irony is I feel like Google assistant gets dumber and dumber. Regardless of settings it stopped telling me most answers and telling me to look at what it found. Whenever I ask what time a place closes it often tells me "here's _____ hours" or something like that and I have to pull out my phone and look through them. It used to tell me the answer. Maybe they're reworking something, I don't know. They're first world problems of life, but it's dumb that it's digressed in recent months when it worked fine for so long
devak45 Mese fa
Bing surpassing Google would be like RC Cola suddenly crushing Coke in sales
Annoyedpanda Mese fa
The return of crystal Pepsi!
F Liu
F Liu Mese fa
CD Snider
CD Snider Mese fa
I don't agree. It's more like saying a few years ago that Tesla will be the largest automobile manufacturer. Also, remember the flip phones that everyone had in 2007... where were they at two years later.
Dieter MacPherson
Well, in this metaphor coke nerfed it’s own product to drive revenue and ruin is core value proposition. It’s like if New Coke stuck around and CocaCola classic never came back.
Kazmeyer 88
Kazmeyer 88 Mese fa
This is interesting. However, when I google something, it's because I'm looking for resources (webpages, videos, etc..) for something I'm wanting to research and learn about, not just to get a quick and simple answer. My phone and Alexa already do that.. But yes, this would definitely lead to less clicks (and resulting ad revenue for Google) in to access that information that I'm looking for and that's why I bet Google is scared.
O1 Mese fa
Problem is that Google censors it’s web search ChatGPT has also now been editing its system and biases
Laszer271 Mese fa
I know of another thing that could help Microsoft by leaps and bounds. It is... hiring better UX designers. Like really, most Microsoft products have many UI shortcomings. It's not without reason that Microsoft browsers are exception to the rule that people usually use default software provided. For me Microsoft's bad UI always seemed like the biggest reason why Google and Apple could even compete with Microsoft.
Minhal Imran
Minhal Imran Mese fa
As google is already on the top, they have vast amount of data than any other platform. If they have this information and convert it into their own AI setup. It would go massive, as the result would already be through authentic resources which is of the users itself.
BW022 Mese fa
I don't see how Goggle doesn't lose with this. Even if it comes up with its own AI chat system, it's still going to kill Google's business model. Search engines give results and then let the use click through links. Unfortunately 90% of searches are looking for specific answers and (a) these may or may not be in the search, (b) are buried under ads, and (c) the information is within the web pages and often not visible on the search page. Now, in a few specific search types Google will show the answer at the top. Ask who starred in a movie, weather, how old someone is, or basic conversion questions... Google shows it more prominently. However, Google is paid by ads and clicks. So, it you show the answer, no one cares of clicks on the links on the page. Thus, Google makes money by not directly showing you the answer. Now if Microsoft forces Google to just show answers on searches, no one is going to click through links and Google's ad model is dead. Putting it in the browser is also stupid. What's the difference between having in in the browser or a page? Google still can't pad it with ads. Microsoft already has an API, so this means it could be in anything. Even if Microsoft 'loses' and Google implements a better chat AI, Microsoft wins because Google is probably doing away with such a massive amount of ad revenue.
Aritra Gupta
Aritra Gupta Mese fa
"Google Panics" - This...does bring a smile to my face. In the early days, Google used to say they weren't interested in keeping searchers on their own results pages; and that both searcher and creator interests would be best served by getting searchers into the content pages. Now, Google is all about hoovering up data from content creators, retaining searchers on their own results pages, and creating a monopoly in as many aspects of the internet as possible. Which is why anything that makes Google panic does bring a smile to my face.
Luckytime Mese fa
@Vitezslove Sichtar Yes! That's what I want to help people do :)
Vitezslove Sichtar
@Luckytime’Without greed, the scale of growth is not achievable.’ got me thinking.
Aritra Gupta
Aritra Gupta Mese fa
@Luckytime "Survival of the fittest" is not what Google has tried - and is trying - to do. I don't understand the exact mechanics of ads-bidding exchanges, and so can't explicitly back up my argument, but I am pretty sure what Google tried to do there was to use an unfair advantage of owning the marketplace to emerge as the top exchange. That's not "survival of the fittest" in the spirit most of us understand it.
Aritra Gupta
Aritra Gupta Mese fa
@Jonathan Ingram Let's not be all that naive. They are, after all, a company. In certain situations where they're fighting with one hand tied behind their back, they will have to do stuff that would be considered unpalatable by many folks. However, there's a difference between that and trying to monopolize every space they can.
Jonathan Ingram
@Luckytime I would extend that to any bilionaire out there. It require a certain mindset to get that rich and it's not by being generous.
Alex Freeman
Alex Freeman Mese fa
This is why I LOVE competition. When a company as dangerous as Google has such a monopoly- there’s little to no innovation. But with competition like this? Win win for customers/users.
Mojalefa Tsotetsi
The beginning had me teary though. Just the innocence and the track doesnt make things better. WHERE DID WE GO WRONG?!?
Elda Mese fa
finally with this, if Google keep making their search engine worse and worse, they will soon be left by the user that has been loyal for years
Stinkster Rekerinski
Best thing AI can do is trick the common person into thinking they are a person and think differently than they do thus causing division. Division is key in control over a mass of people.
Rahul Madhiwalla
It is going to be quite challenging to give chat gpt like service, because there is not much scope for it monetize its service with advertising like business model with its core being google giving paid suggestions based on input keywords. Now if they adopt a subscriber based business model to use chat gpt like service, they will have to forgo advertising revenues if they decide to migrate their users to this new type of service. so it becomes a question of making difficult choices for their revenue model, while microsoft does not have to think too hard to make the above decisions, because they have lot less to loose in terms of search based advertising. In theory subscriber based models are stronger than advertising models in terms of revenue predictibility but changing the positioning from being search expert to giving human like answers expert is not easy.
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