Google Employees Criticize CEO For 'Rushed, Botched' Announcement of GPT Competitor Bard
Monday February 13, 2023. 03:00 PM , from Slashdot
Google employees are criticizing leadership, most notably CEO Sundar Pichai, for the way the company handled the announcement last week of its ChatGPT competitor called Bard. From a report: Staffers took to the popular internal forum Memegen to express their thoughts on the Bard announcement, referring to it as 'rushed,' 'botched' and 'un-Googley,' according to messages and memes viewed by CNBC. On Monday, Google got ahead of a Microsoft event the following day and had Pichai publicly divulge some details of the company's chatbot technology. More about Bard was revealed on Wednesday at an event held in Paris. In between those events, Microsoft, an early investor in ChatGPT creator OpenAI, showcased how its Bing search engine will integrate with the buzzy chat technology, inviting reporters to a demonstration at the company's headquarters in Redmond, Washington. After Google's AI Chatbot Made a Mistake, Its Shares Dropped Over $100 Billion.
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