Google’s Bard isn’t was an impressive debut — but Th reporting the company is so keen to change the fortunes its AI chatbots that it’s forcing its DeepMind Division to assist the Google Brain team with a new initiative called Gemini. The report by Information also includes the shocking thirdhand allegation, that Google used data from OpenAI’s ChatGPT to train Bard. This data was taken from a website called ShareGPT. According to the publication, a former Google AI researcher spoke out against the use of that data.
Google denies that the data was used, but Google spokesperson Chris Pappas tells .
According to the Information‘s reporting Jacob Devlin, a Google AI engineer, left Google to join OpenAI. He tried to warn Google against using ChatGPT data as it would violate OpenAI’s terms of service and its answers would be too similar. According to one source, Google has stopped using the data since his warnings. It may have also thrown out this portion of the training.
It doesn’t matter if Google used the data or not, it’s fascinating to hear that Google may be pulling in DeepMind. DeepMind has been trying to be more independent than Google for years.
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