General Motors and Microsoft collaborate to incorporate ChatGPT into future vehicles

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In March, General Motors hopes to overtake Toyota as the leading automaker by implementing Microsoft's ChatGPT technology into its offerings. In an interview with the news agency Reuters, Scott Miller, the company's vice president of the OS and software-based vehicle division, stated that "General Motors must use every chance to stay ahead of the curve in the fever of artificial intelligence adoption." "In the near future, ChatGPT technology will be employed everywhere."

Miller claims that the ChatGPT smart chatbot aids the driver in understanding the many aspects of the vehicle and making the most efficient use of them. Additionally, this technology has the ability to access the driver's work calendar and modify its contents based on the day's events. Even garage doors are opened and closed by the brilliant OpenAI chatbot!

In accordance with Miller's aspirational objectives, a GM representative claimed in a different interview that "The next evolution involves more than just the development of a single feature, like voice instructions. Customers can anticipate future automobiles with greater capability and versatility as a result of new technologies."

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According to numerous sources, General Motors is currently collaborating with Microsoft to upgrade its virtual personal assistant using the artificial intelligence found in the ChatGPT chatbot. It's not a bad thing to know that starting in 2021, GM and Microsoft will also work together on autonomous and unmanned cars.

Microsoft is one of the key founding members of ChatGPT and has contributed several million dollars to Open AI. The manufacturer says that in the future, ChatGPT artificial intelligence will be used not only for entertainment systems but also for other components of the vehicle, such as the battery and performance control. The technological behemoth intends to develop a more comprehensive and advanced driver assistance system with the new technology.

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