IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw on Monday hinted at a “big announcement” in a few weeks in the context of conversational AI tools.
To a specific question on whether India can build something equivalent to the conversational AI tool ChatGPT, the minister said “wait for a few weeks, there will be a big announcement”.
When asked about what the big announcement might be, the minister said, “Parliament is in session, so I cannot say anything…” He declined to give further details.
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It is pertinent to mention that ChatGPT has dazzled the world with its conversational skills and triggered an AI (Artificial Intelligence) chatbot race.
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It can be tasked to provide definitive answers to questions, responds to user prompts, and based on online information, it can churn out scripts, speeches, song lyrics, homework material, articles, marketing copy, classroom essays and even draft research paper abstracts.