The news of the development was first reported by Semafor earlier this week, and GM later confirmed the news via Reuters. Scott Miller, GM Vice President, “ChatGPT He’ll be in everything,” he said.
The automaker has introduced, among other things, a digital assistant that supports drivers in situations where problems in the past would require them to consult their vehicle’s owner’s manual. predicts. For example, the assistant will be able to show you how to change a tire when your car’s tire is flat. It will also be able to offer assistance with integration and scheduling features with other devices, including garage door openers.
ChatGPT is coming to cars now too!
A GM spokesperson told Reuters, “This is change, voice commands It’s not about a single capability, like its evolution, but rather means that customers can expect their future vehicles to be much more capable overall when it comes to new technologies.”
According to Semaphore, the digital assistant can be used by other systems such as Bing Chat. from chatbots will work differently. The GM is reportedly working to add a “car-specific layer” on top of major language models running ChatGPT. Effort, automaker It’s part of a broader collaboration between Microsoft and Microsoft. In 2019, the duo partnered to work on autonomous vehicles. Microsoft, OpenAI’s the only cloud provider, so GM’s in-car assistant will almost certainly run on Azure. GM hasn’t told Semaphore whether there is a name for the software yet, and hasn’t shared a possible release date.