The release of ChatGPT to the general public has ignited a wave of enthusiasm and rivalry in the AI chatbot industry.
The emergence of ChatGPT in the public domain has triggered a surge of interest and competition in the AI chatbot arena.
Microsoft's commitment to invest $10 billion in OpenAI has catalyzed other tech companies to enter the race.
Google recently introduced an experimental service named "Bard".
Meta has unveiled LLaMA, an LLM with an impressive 65 billion parameters.
Baidu has also entered the fray with their own ChatGPT-style service, known as "Wenxin Yiyan" in Chinese or "Ernie Bot" in English.
Character.ai, an AI chatbot created by two former Google engineers, can even replicate the speech patterns of well-known individuals or fictional characters.
Naver, the South Korean search engine company, has announced its plans to launch "SearchGPT" in the first half of 2023, offering a ChatGPT-style service.
The Russian technology firm Yandex has ambitious plans to release "YaLM 2.0" in Russian before the end of 2023.