Alibaba demonstrated its Generative AI model on Tuesday and announced that it will soon be included into all of the company’s apps. This is its own version of technology that powers chatbot sensation ChatGPT.
The government’s publication of the guidelines describing how generative AI services should be governed came right after the unveiling, which followed the debut of a spate of new AI products by SenseTime this week.
In a video, the AI large language model Tongyi Qianwen, whose name translates to “truth from a thousand questions,” was shown drafting invitation letters, making vacation arrangements, and giving beauty advice to consumers.
Tongyi Qianwen can be used to summarize meeting notes, write emails, and draw business proposals. It will first be incorporated into Alibaba’s office messaging service DingTalk. Additionally, Tmall Genie, Alibaba’s voice assistant, will receive it.
CEO Daniel Zhang stated at the live-streamed event that the technology will result in significant changes to how we produce, work, and live. The broad picture for increasing AI’s popularity in the future is Tongyi Qianwen and other AI models, he continued.
The cloud division of the Chinese internet giant has started taking registrations for the purpose of opening Tongyi Qianwen to users so they can create their own unique huge language models.
According to the Cyberspace Administration of China’s drafting regulations, the nation encouraged the development and adoption of the technology but required that the content produced adhere to “core socialist values” and to the country’s data security and privacy laws.