Fearless forecast: The next president of the Philippines will be elected by AI (artificial intelligence). Or robots in simple language.
This early, you can ask AI not just basic information or general knowledge. You can ask AI to discuss, argue with or educate you. AI can write essays, poems, a thesis, and study paper.
In future elections, just ask Google and Microsoft robots who should be elected PH president and they probably can give the correct answer, better than humans do
The following are excerpts from Wall Street Journal stories:
Google said it is rolling out new search and maps features powered by artificial intelligence, including ways to ask questions with images, the latest salvo in a global race to commercialize the technology.
The moves, announced at an event Wednesday (Feb. 8) in Paris, come a day after Microsoft Corp. said it was incorporating the technology behind the chatbot ChatGPT into its Bing search engine, and amid a scramble by companies to roll out tools that use a type of artificial intelligence that can generate content – from haikus to high-resolution images.
The Alphabet Inc. unit said Wednesday it is planning to build the technology like that in ChatGPT into search results to give more lengthy textual responses to complex queries with no single correct answer – such as what are the best constellations to look at.
That feature will roll out when Google is confident in the quality of the answers the AI provides, the company said.
Microsoft Corp. is integrating the technology behind the viral chatbot ChatGPT into its Bing search engine, hoping the artificial intelligence upgrade can help it chip away at Google’s dominance of the search market.
The breakout success of the bot from the Microsoft-backed OpenAI has put the software giant at the forefront of what some see as the next wave of technological innovation: generative artificial intelligence.
With Microsoft’s Bing, people can pose questions to the search engine in natural language and it will generate direct answers and suggestions.
Unlike ChatGPT, which wasn’t able to answer questions about current events, the updated Bing uses newer technology tailored for search engines.
It will have access to the latest information such as news stories, train schedules and product pricing. It will also be able to provide links to demonstrate where its answers are coming from, another feature that wasn’t part of ChatGPT.
Microsoft, which is investing billions of dollars into OpenAI, is integrating the technology into many of its products, marking what it pitches as a new era of AI-powered software that has the potential to upend power in the tech industry. Some analysts say AI-powered searches could help Microsoft’s Bing search engine take market share away from Alphabet Inc.’s Google, which controls around 90 percent of the market.
The industry has been buzzing about the possibilities of generative AI since OpenAI released its image generation tech Dall-E 2 to the public last year.
Dall-E 2 can create original images based on simple prompts, such as, “Draw a robot dancing in a field of flowers.”
OpenAI released ChatGPT in November. Millions of people have since used it to generate essays, sales pitches and poems.
My comment: With AI, you can soon hire robots as flight controllers and even send them on errands to buy UPS units and circuit breakers or electric fans for NAIA and they won’t collect kickbacks.