Berikut Alibaba Makes a ChatGPT Competitor, His Name is Tongyi Qianwen
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iwanrj.com – Jakarta – Alibaba launched a ChatGPT rival named Tongyi Qianwen. The launch is not open to the general public but is limited to a few eligible companies.
Alibabab extends invitations to enterprise users only to participate in experience testing. Interested users can submit their applications via the official website, and those who meet the eligibility criteria will be considered for participation.
quoted Telset from Gizmochina as of Sunday (09/04/2023), Alibaba Tongyi Qianwen is a highly sophisticated ChatGPT competitor designed to understand and respond to human commands.
This ChatGPT competitor Alibaba chatbot functions as an efficient assistant and can even generate ideas. Then the chatbot is still being developed by Alibaba’s advanced research institute, namely the DAMO Academy.
Alibaba DAMO Academy has been involved in cutting-edge scientific research fields such as Natural Language Processing (NLP), over the years and since 2019 has developed major models.
Alibaba plans to integrate its own Tongyi Qianwen technology with productivity tool DingTalk. Alibaba’s large-scale model is scheduled to be launched on April 11, 2012 at the 2023 Alibaba Cloud Summit.
Along with several industry-specific application models to follow. Moreover, it has been reported that Alibabab will release a big model, comparable to ChatGPT 2.5, in the second half of 2023.
Former Google China Boss Creates ChatGPT Competitor Project
Previously the former President of Google China, Lee Kai-fu had announced the launch of an AI (Artificial Intelligence) company called Project AI 2.0. The AI 2.0 platform is predicted to be a competitor to ChatGPT, even claimed to be stronger.
Lee said the company he founded was different from its competitors. Lee’s ambition is to establish a global technology company focused on building AI 2.0 platforms and productivity applications.
In his recent announcement on WeChat, Lee emphasized that the company will not only develop a Chinese version of ChatGPT, but will offer much more than high-performance chat tools, AI-generated graphics and text. [NM/IF]