Chinese technology companies are planning to develop their own analogues of the ChatGPT system. Earlier it became known that Baidu will present its chatbot in March, and Alibaba Group Holding, Tencent Holdings, NetEase and JD.com are now reported to follow suit.
Tencent has said it plans to create an analogue of ChatGPT, research is underway. The gaming giant intends to use the chatbot for content generation, but it has not yet been announced when it will be released.
JD.com intends to integrate some of the technologies behind large language models and neural networks into its services. The project is called ChatJD and will be used for retail and finance tasks. According to CNBC, this is an “industrial version” of a chatbot that will be able to generate content, as well as conduct a dialogue between a person and a computer. ChatJD will be able to generate product reviews on trading websites or help with financial analysis.
Gaming company NetEase is exploring the use of AI-generated content in its education division.
At the same time, many scammers are already creating fake ChatGPT accounts on the Chinese social network WeChat, charging fees for use. How