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Baidu Li Yanhong: it doesn't make much sense to redo ChatGPT. China will basically not have another OpenAI.

via:新浪科技     time:2023/3/24 12:00:36     readed:345

News from IT House on March 23, due to the ChatGPT fire, entrepreneurship in the AI field has also become hot. Now many companies and institutions want to build a domestic version of OpenAI and ChatGPT. However, Baidu founder Li Yanhong said that there will not be another company like OpenAI in China.

According to news from IT House on March 23, entrepreneurship in the AI field has become hot because of the ChatGPT fire. Now many companies and institutions want to build a domestic version of OpenAI and ChatGPT. However, Baidu founder Robin Li said that there will not be another company like OpenAI in China.

Last week, Baidu officially released its own AI product, Wen Xin Yanyan, and Robin Li has now been interviewed by Wall Street and responded to a number of questions that everyone is very concerned about.

Li Yanhong said that OpenAI was born because big American companies are not optimistic about this direction (so there is no competition), but now Chinese big companies are optimistic about the big AI model, so they are doing this direction. He says it doesn't make much sense for startups to remake a ChatGPT, and there are great opportunities to develop applications based on big language models, so there's no need to reinvent the wheel.

Li Yanhong said that OpenAI was born because big American companies are not optimistic about this direction (so there is no competition), but now Chinese big companies are optimistic about the big AI model, so they are doing this direction. He says it doesn't make much sense for startups to remake a ChatGPT, and there are great opportunities to develop applications based on big language models, so there's no need to reinvent the wheel.

As to why the screenshot was used at Wen Xin's press conference last week, Robin Li replied that he hoped to demonstrate it live, because the man-machine dialogue product had a very strong interactive attribute, but then two factors made him change his mind:

It is worth mentioning that Baidu released Wenxin on Thursday that Hong Kong stocks lost nearly 10% in intraday trading and closed down 6%. But it surged 15% the next day, the biggest one-day increase in more than a month, and pushed up all related targets in the artificial intelligence sector. As of the press release of IT House, Baidu is currently offering HK $146.80 per share, with a market capitalization of HK $357.383 billion.

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