ChatGPT, the artificial intelligence tool that seems to be dominating the Internet as we know it, will also soon be on GM cars. “ChatGPT will be in everything,” Scott Miller, vice president of the company, told Reuters.
The tool, according to the executive, will be used to improve the vehicle’s voice commands to make adjustments such as a garage door code or integrate vehicle functions with appointments on the driver’s agenda, for example.
In addition, he will answer questions about the operation of the vehicle. In the event of a flat tire, for example, the assistant will teach the driver step by step how to change it.
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General Motors has been partnering with Microsoft since 2021 to develop self-driving cars. The company that makes Windows is investing in OpenAI, owner of ChatGPT, to use the tool in their products.
The equipment, according to the Semaphore website, will use a cloud computing service, Microsoft Azure.
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