Google vs Microsoft (Part 3): A New Way of Doing—and Experiencing—AI

This arms race marks an inflection point that will impact AI’s short-term future with foreseeable—and unforeseeable—consequences

This is part 3 a three-part article series covering the recent news on AI involving OpenAI, Microsoft, Google, ChatGPT, the New Bing, and Bard, and how the events will unfold into a new era for AI, search, and the web (part 1 & part 2).

I don’t know who’s going to win the war between Google and Microsoft, but I know this: AI will change. We’ll see some consequences coming. Others we won’t.

This article is the third and final part of the “Google vs Microsoft” series. In part one, I analyzed Microsoft’s new Bing, the upsides and downsides for users, and the company’s real intentions. In part two, I explored Google’s shift to become a more productive player in AI, the promise of Bard—ChatGPT’s supposed rival—and the reasons why the company only started moving once Microsoft and OpenAI threatened its leadership.

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