Google’s DeepMind says it’ll launch a more grown-up ChatGPT rival soon

Google’s DeepMind says it may soon release a competitor to ChatGPT — and its chatbot promises to be a safer kind of AI assistant.

DeepMind has been a leader in AI research over the past decade and was acquired by Google nine years ago. However, with ChatGPT stealing recent headlines, DeepMind CEO Demis Hassabis told Time magazine: (Opens in a new tab) It is considering releasing its chatbot, named Sparrow, for a “private beta” sometime in 2023.

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