AI's search revolution: How ChatGPT will be your new search engine
Artificial intelligence and innovations in search engines like Google could shake up some of the old-school tech sectors that have been slacking on innovation for the past two decades.
On GZERO World, tech expert and NYU Professor Scott Galloway shares his views about how Google's current search model sometimes sacrifices accuracy to boost paid results and keep its $150 billion ad business alive.
Galloway thinks that language-structure-driven search engines, like ChatGPT, could shake up the industry by providing one accurate answer instead of many.
He also believes that AI-powered data analysis could revolutionize healthcare and defense planning, with companies like Twitter holding the most interesting and robust data sets.
Galloway believes that companies that organize and feed data sets into AI-driven systems will be very valuable in the future. He compares Twitter to "smart sewers" that can give real-time info on trends and moods, even tipping us off to potential violence or disease outbreaks.
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