General Motors may soon be utilizing ChatGPT, a natural language processing technology, in its vehicles. This technology could revolutionize the way people interact with their vehicles, offering a more natural and intuitive experience.
The technology, developed by OpenAI, is based on a generative pre-trained transformer (GPT) model and is designed to interpret natural language inputs and respond in human-like ways. ChatGPT uses artificial intelligence (AI) to learn how to respond to questions and requests and can even generate responses without the need for any prior training.
GM has been exploring ways to integrate ChatGPT into its vehicles, with the aim of providing drivers with a more natural and intuitive way to interact with their vehicles. The technology could potentially be used to help drivers navigate, access information, control entertainment, and more.
ChatGPT could also be used for more mundane tasks, such as setting up a specific temperature for the climate control or finding a nearby restaurant. The technology could allow drivers to ask for directions, get the latest news, or even play music without the need for a smartphone or other device.
GM is already working on integrating ChatGPT into its vehicles, and it is likely that the technology will be available in the near future. If successful, ChatGPT could revolutionize the way people interact with their vehicles, offering a more natural and intuitive experience.