2023: The Crazy AI Year

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2023 was an unforgettable year in the tech world, particularly for artificial intelligence. The year started with Microsoft’s $10 billion investment into OpenAI and the introduction of Google’s BARD chatbot. OpenAI also made significant moves with the release of APIs for ChatGPT, Whisper, and their most advanced model, GPT-4. In June, the European Parliament negotiated the EU AI Act, while July saw Meta and Anthropic introducing their own AI models.

The competition continued with Microsoft and Google announcing pricing for their AI tools, and OpenAI introducing custom instructions for ChatGPT. Notably, Amazon invested $4 billion in OpenAI competitor Anthropic. Controversy arose when OpenAI’s CEO was fired, leading to a reinstatement, along with new board members and a role for Microsoft.

Google ended the year by unveiling a new large language model, Gemini, and hints of future GPT models from OpenAI. Despite the chaos, 2023 represented a significant leap in AI technology, with advancements in chatbots, content creation, and human-AI integration. As we look towards 2024, the potential for AI to benefit humanity is something to look forward to. The author, Nisha Arya, is a Data Scientist and Freelance Technical Writer with a passion for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence.

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