WWDC is just a few months away. And when that is in full swing, the Apple world will be fully buzzing with the latest software advancements from the Cupertino Gaint. One area that Apple is mainly focused on this year is AI. But if you are hoping to get a Bing or ChatGPT competitor, get ready to be disappointed.
In case you missed it, Apple has just held its annual internal summit. It was all about discussing the ongoing artificial intelligence and machine learning advancements. So, does that means that the AI summit event has talked about a proper competitor to ChatGPT? Not really.
Apple Is Not Bothered About ChatGPT
According to a brochure that Mark Gurman has seen, Apple praised the current machine learning development at the AI Summit. Apple says that it is “moving faster than ever.” And it also lauded that the current AI team of Apple is “truly at the forefront.” But this AI summit was very light on the specifics.
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Yes, the keynote at the summit was indeed full of things to look forward to in the Apple AI world. But Gurman states that he has not heard of any new game-changing chatbot product. In other words, Apple did not say anything at all about bringing a new competitor to ChatGPT or Bing.
However, it doesn’t mean that Apple is not currently working on a ChatGPT alternative. The main takeaway is that even if the Cupertino giant is working on one, it will not show up at the WWDC this year.
With Google’s Bard, Microsoft Bing’s Chatbot, and ChatGPT getting so much attention, Apple is surely working on something. And from what it seems like, Apple is just not ready to discuss it. And it might be the right move, considering how bad the launch of Google Bard was.