Google Employees Criticise CEO Sundar Pichai For The GPT Competitor Bard’s “rushed” Introduction
Google employees criticise CEO Sundar Pichai for the GPT competitor Bard’s “rushed” Google, a leading technology company, debuted ChatGPT rival Bard earlier this week.
Google staff were not pleased with the launch, calling it “rushed and bungled.” They attribute this to Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Alphabet.
Google announced Bard, a LaMDA-powered product, on Monday to compete with ChatGPT. Even Google’s own employees were taken aback by the announcement.
It was released the day before Microsoft unveiled the “new Bing,” which is run by ChatGPT and driven by Microsoft’s investment in OpenAI.
According to reports, Google employees have since criticised Pichai over how he handled the news on the company’s internal forum “Memegen.”
According to a report, an employee reportedly wrote, “Dear Sundar, the Bard launch and the layoffs were rushed, bungled, and myopic.” According to an another employee, “Rushing Bard to market in a frenzy justified the market’s fear about us.”
An employee commented in response to the January major layoffs, “Sentiment was built on with another meme that read “Firing 12k people boosts the stock by 3%, one hasty AI presentation decreases it by 8%.”
Language Model for Dialogue Applications is the technology behind Bard by Google, which is seen as the next step in determining the future of AI (LaMDA). Bard is “an experimental conversational writer,” according to Pichai.An AI service
“Bard aims to unite the depth of human knowledge with the strength, humour, and inventiveness of our massive language models. It uses data from the internet to deliver original, excellent answers.
In a blog post, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said, “Bard can be a creative outlet and a launchpad for curiosity, helping you to explain new discoveries from NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope to a 9-year-old or learn more about the best strikers in football right now, then get drills to build your skills.
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