Baidu releases more AI apps after Ernie chatbot gets public approval

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Baidu has actually introduced a variety of AI applications after its Ernie chatbot got public approval.

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BEIJING– Chinese tech giant Baidu revealed more than 10 brand-new AI-based applications on Tuesday, simply days after its ChatGPT-like Ernie bot was launched for public usage.

Among the item exposes was a generative AI-integrated data processing app called WPS AI, produced by Shanghai- noted KingsoftOffice The business developed the tool utilizing the AI design on which Baidu’s Ernie bot is based, along with Baidu’s “Qianfan” cloud platform for AI designs, according to a release.

Nearly 10,000 services are actively utilizing Baidu’s Qianfan cloud platform monthly, the business declared.

Baidu likewise revealed that more than 6 million users have actually utilized an AI-powered tool that sits inside its Google drive-like cloud item. The AI assistant can browse files, sum up and equate text and develop material, the business declared.

At Tuesday’s occasion, Baidu likewise flaunted shown generative AI-based items that might help with traffic management, monetary research study and coal mine logistics.

It wasn’t right away clear to what level those items were readily available for public usage.

OnAug 31, Baidu launched its Ernie bot to the general public, signifying federal government approval of the AI-powered chatbot. Other Chinese business likewise launched comparable AI items around the very same time.

Baidu initially exposed Ernie bot in March, however preliminary gain access to was restricted to company partners and individuals who needed to very first sign up with a waitlist.