China lets Baidu, others launch ChatGPT-like bots to public, tech shares jump

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By Josh Ye and Urvi Manoj Dugar (Reuters) -Five Chinese tech firms, including Baidu Inc and SenseTime Group, on Thursday launched their artificial intelligence (AI) chatbots to the public after receiving government approval, as China’s government pushes to widen the use of such products amid competition with the United States. Baidu, China’s leading online search provider, said in a statement that its ChatGPT-like chatbot, Ernie Bot, was now fully accessible to the public. A SenseTime spokesperson told Reuters via email that its chatbot, SenseChat, was also now “fully available to serve all us…

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