As part of its larger partnership with Microsoft Corp., General Motors Inc. is investigating uses for ChatGPT, a company executive told Reuters. GM Vice President Scott Miller, state that “ChatGPT is going to be in everything” in a recent interview. Last week Miller said that the chatbot could be used to programme features like a garage door code or integrate schedules from a calendar, as well as obtain information on how to utilise car capabilities typically included in an owners handbook.
Customers can anticipate that their future vehicles will be significantly more capable and innovative overall when it comes to emerging technologies, according to a GM spokesperson on Friday. “This shift is not just about one single capability like the evolution of voice commands,” the spokesperson added.
Website Semafor broke the story first, claiming that the US manufacturer was developing ChatGPT’s virtual personal assistant using AI algorithms.
Microsoft stated earlier this year that it intended to incorporate the chatbot’s technology into all of its products as part of a multi-billion dollar investment in OpenAI, the owner of ChatGPT.
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