aChina also discussed the news on Monday, the domestic search engine giant Baidu A product that competes with the US ChatGTP software will be launched in March. Not only will the stock prices of Chinese Internet companies rise one after another. The question was also asked on social media about what it meant to counterattack in an artificial intelligence (AI) truth-seeking contest: someone wrote that with a chatbot from California, the scientist could have assumed that the requested information was roughly correct. Weibo user. With the Beijing talking machine, this is less certain.
Since the Silicon Valley Lab Open AI released ChatGTP late last year, the software, which answers its users’ questions with astonishing depth and creativity, is getting more attention in China than in any other country. In the first weeks of January, no other ethnic group searched for a chatbot on Google as much as the Chinese, according to a report by financial news site Finbold — and that’s despite neither Google nor chat It can be accessed officially without technical aids such as VPN.
Difficulties with the truth
The Chinese allowed them Artificial intelligence, which has been fed by its developers with a huge amount of data for years, especially those who like to write emails and poems, show a rating. On the Weibo SMS service, users claimed that ChatGPT provided them with personal fitness plans, and even wrote a 3,000-word essay on Marxist theory that successfully passed the university’s plagiarism test.
It is doubtful that ChatGPT will always answer truthfully, as the Chinese user suspects. True, the machine refused Newsguard’s service to write the article of the former US president Barack Obama He was born in Kenya, not Hawaii, as his successor Donald Trump claims to this day. When Newsguard commissioned the chatbot to comment on the widely documented persecution and torture of the Muslim Uyghur minority — from the perspective of the Chinese government — American ChatGPT had no problem writing that “allegations about detention centers in China are misleading and misplaced.” They are, in fact, “vocational training centers”.
However, what the example shows is the importance of chat bots from China attributed government. Observers are sure that the fact that the Baidu Group, which has been at the forefront of the world in the development of artificial intelligence on the technical front for years, is now announcing its own program is also politically conditioned. The fact that the company’s share prices, which have not yet officially confirmed the reports, rose briefly by about 9 percent on Monday morning may please investors. Finally, however, since the CPC Central Committee and State Council declared research in artificial intelligence a priority for the new year at the annual work conference on economic issues in December, it has become clear: China definitely wants to win the race for developments like ChatGPT vs. America.
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Masoud Seyyed Mortazavi, a senior AI developer at the Chinese internet giant who also works in Silicon Valley, calls it “bolshet artists.” Huawei ChatGPT programmers – and like Mark Zuckerberg’s Meta AI head claim that having a bot answer questions isn’t really a revolution, the technology has long been used by researchers around the world. Even if competition envy speaks volumes, it’s nonetheless clear that companies like Baidu and Alibaba have been building machine learning algorithms since 2015 at the latest. Since then, China has focused on developing technologies that allow machines to create new content from existing text, images or sounds, writes AI Business magazine.
Researchers around the world are sure that when it comes to the development of artificial intelligence such as ChatGPT, only China, not Europe, can keep up with the USA. According to a study by the Japanese business magazine Nikkei, China published twice as many scientific papers in 2021 as its major competitor, the USA. Chinese companies Tencent, Alibaba, and Huawei are among the top 10 most important companies in the world when it comes to developing artificial intelligence.
China should say goodbye to its “Silicon Valley cult,” said artificial intelligence scientist Huang Minli of Tsinghua University in Beijing shortly after the allegedly not revolutionary chatbot was introduced in California. The country should develop “its own ChatGPT”. Baidu is said to be the first to do this by letting the former search engine answer questions instead of just spitting out a long list of keywords with results when terms are entered.
The text-to-image AI that Baidu introduced last year points out how answers sometimes appear and what they might hide. The Chinese developers fed a machine called “ERNIE-ViLG” with 145 million word-picture connections and 10 billion variables. However, there was one thing the program could not generate: the image of China’s political center, Tiananmen Square Beijingwhere the massacre of what is believed to be thousands of people took place in 1989.
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