Google has been the AI King since its founding (we first dubbed it the “AI King” in May 2019). It is good to see Google get a bit of AI recognition on the heels of Google I/O this week.
The AI King: Between Google Search, Chrome, Google Photos, Google Maps, Google Translate, Google Live Caption, Google Lens, G-Pay, Google Workspace (Docs, Slides, Sheets, GMeet, Chat, Drive, Gmail), Google Cloud Platform, Google Pixel devices, YouTube, Google Health (and more), Google has more data ingestion touchpoints than Microsoft, Facebook, Amazon and Apple combined. Those data ingestion touchpoints are critical for training Google’s various AI models (AI is data-driven and the more high-quality data, the better for training various AI models).
Short memories: Don’t forget that Open.AI (company behind ChatGPT), was founded in 2014 in response to Google. Elon Musk, Peter Thiel, AWS/AMZN and more formed Open.AI as a challenger to Google. Open.AI, Microsoft, AWS and the rest remain challengers to Google. None will dethrone the AI King.
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