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Here’s how Google might benefit as Microsoft rumoured to outsource its best AI to OpenAI

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Here’s how Google might benefit as Microsoft rumoured to outsource its best AI to OpenAI
The cybersecurity CEO revealed that transformers that power generative AI or deep learning model ‘all came from Google, with DeepMind and the research’

According to a tech CEO, Microsoft intends to give OpenAI their greatest artificial intelligence technologies and software, which may help Google inadvertently. The CEO of identity security company Okta, Todd McKinnon, told CNBC that while Google is trying to defend their search, keeping its R&D in-house is definitely one of their finest moves.

He went on to say that DeepMind and research at Google are the sources of the transformers that drive generative AI and deep learning models. Transformers are deep learning models that, notably, monitor relationships in sequential data, such as words, to finally grasp their meaning and context.

“Well, Google’s research on transformers—the algorithm that powers all of these LLMs, or big language models—was the breakthrough.

He went so far as to say that if Microsoft proceeds with this plan, it would ultimately become an OpenAI consultancy. Notably, OpenAI-developed technology is included in both Microsoft’s AI PCs and CoPilot, the AI assistant. Microsoft and Sam Altman, the head of OpenAI, inked a multi-year, multi-billion dollar deal.

It’s so strange, he remarked. Consider a career at Microsoft. OpenAI is the one creating all the cool stuff over there. It appears as though Microsoft will become a consultancy firm.

Due to significant errors like requesting customers to apply glue on pizzas and other things, Google has been having trouble getting its AI products, such as AI Overviews and Image Generators, established in the market.

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“This isn’t like previous technological generations, like personal computers, where the biggest companies in the world didn’t always have the upper hand because, at their core, personal computers were so disruptive that they were practically toys,” McKinnon said.

“No new AI model is comparable to a toy. The only reason OpenAI can make it function is because of the excellent R&D they required, which required $10 billion from Microsoft to run the model. This wasn’t a disruptive development; rather, it was an investment of $10 billion, he continued.

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