Google Suffers a Major Loss

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By Luc Olinga Geoffrey Hinton, an artificial-intelligence pioneer, has left search giant Google when Microsoft has taken major strides in the AI arms race. This is a blow for Alphabet’s Google. The internet-search-and-advertising giant has just lost a big asset, at a time when its core business is under dangerous attack. Indeed, since the Nov. 30 unveiling of ChatGPT, the conversational robot, Google has never been so vulnerable. ChatGPT is developed by the startup OpenAI, whose main shareholder is Microsoft. The software giant has invested more than $11 billion in the startup, which is now va…

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