Samsung is developing its own ChatGPT analog

Media sources said that Samsung is preparing to launch its chatbot with AI for document management and software development based on its own generative language model in a standoff with OpenAI's ChatGPT.

Sources inside the company explained to the media that development of the chatbot began in May, and it will take several months for the company to fully release the solution.

Samsung has not yet decided whether the company will provide access to its chatbot to ordinary users and other companies. The initial goal of corporate AI will be to help employees analyze documents, perform translations and develop special software for various internal projects.

Previously, Samsung was in talks with OpenAI for the corporate use of ChatGPT, but then the company abandoned the attempt to cooperate because of possible security problems and decided to create their own AI.

In April, Samsung restricted corporate access to its ChatGPT chatbot due to security concerns. The company found that employees were improperly sharing sensitive information with the AI. In May, Samsung completely banned employees from using ChatGPT, Google Bard and the Bing chatbot on work devices. Violations of the policy could lead to disciplinary action, up to and including termination.

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