Google's Business Threatened, Its Founder Comes Down the Mountain


 In December 2019, Larry Page and Sergey Brin officially stepped down from their positions at Google, from the positions of CEO and President respectively. His position was handed over to Sundar Pichai, who is still the CEO of Google.

Even so, Page and Brin are actually still listed as Google "employees" and have a place on the board of directors. But you could say, since then Page and Brin were both no longer taking care of Google's daily business, and looking for their own activities.

Occasionally they still come to the Google office in Silicon Valley. But even that wasn't to take care of Google's business, but to check on the projects under Google X, which is now called X Development.

But Page and Brin are now back at Google after being asked for help by Pichai, because Google's position is "threatened". Yes, the search engine giant feels threatened by its main business because of the presence of ChatGPT, an AI-based chatbot made by OpenAI.

Pichai invited Page and Brin due to the concerns of a number of Google executives who felt threatened by the presence of the ChatGPT AI chatbot.

At Google, Page and Brin reviewed Google's artificial intelligence (AI) product strategy, and then agreed on Google's future plans for implementing chatbots into their search engine.

As a result, Google now plans to showcase more than 20 new products and demonstrate its chatbot embedded in search engines. There is no exact date for this launch, but it will likely take place at the Google I/O 2023 event in May.

Before ChatGPT arrived, Google seemed to be more "play it safe" with AI, because if they released the chatbot too hastily it was feared it could damage Google's reputation.

Google, which used to be calm because it can be said that their search engine is unopposed, has been disturbed by ChatGPT, a free chatbot service developed by OpenAI, a startup from San Francisco, one of which was founded by Elon Musk, and received an injection of funds from Microsoft.


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