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ChatGPT is the newest tech trend that is sweeping the internet. It utilizes AI for a chatbot that is complex in ways we’ve yet to see before. For investors, the tech industry is as dangerous as it is enticing, because that’s where all the billion ideas are coming from. Famous investor Kevin O’Leary of Shark Tank fame is looking to go all in on ChatGPT right now. And he has some pretty choice words for competing tech companies that he thinks ChatGPT may turn into dinosaurs. Is he hopping onto the future or another technological fad that will disappear in the next couple of years?
Is ChatGPT The Future?
In tech circles, ChatGPT has been at the center of all of the conversations recently. It’s developed by OpenAI, one of the buzziest AI companies that also made the hit AI art generator DALL-E. ChatGPT can do everything from casually chatting with you to answering complex questions with surprising accuracy. Many have even been praising its ability to help with writing things like business documents and code (for software developers).
Kevin O’Leary, AKA Mr. Wonderful seems specifically interested in the AI’s ability to do research. He told Business Insider that he’s begun to use ChatGPT as often as Google for internet fact-finding.
“Now I’m splitting my search to 50% Google and 50% ChatGPT,” O’Leary said about the internet giant and the hot newcomer.
Where ChatGPT comes in handy with internet research is that it can cut down on the amount of time you spend looking for an answer. Rather than googling a question and spending time scrolling through articles and YouTube videos, the bot can do that part for you. It does all the research and gives you what it believes is the most accurate answer to your question. Should an artificial intelligence bot be trusted with internet research? The answer to that is up to the individual, although many are skeptical. Many fail to do proper internet research with their own two eyes, so for those people maybe letting a robot do the work would be a big help.
From Shark Tank To Tech
Shark Tank investors have been responsible for funding a number of businesses that today are worldwide. In the world of tech specifically, the Ring doorbell famously got its start on the show. At the time it had the name Doorbot before being acquired by Amazon and rebranded. The digital doorbell, which can now be found on homes all over America, is actually one of the most infamous flubs of the show. All of the sharks at the time passed on the product before it exploded in success. Could ChatGPT be the correction to O’Leary’s past technological woes? Or will it crash and burn like many hot startups and pave the way for companies like Google and Microsoft to replace it? Like all investments, there’s no real way to predict. We just have to give it time.
Shark Tank Season 14 is ongoing and is available for streaming on Hulu in the US.