BY JAMES SCOTT/ JAN  24, 2023

According to a Source, Google's Co-Founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin were Involved in The Fightback Against ChatGPT after the Company issued a "Code Red"

Following the launch of OpenAI's writing tool, Alphabet, the company that owns Google, requested assistance from co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, according to The New York Times.

The Fightback Against ChatGPT

The November 30 launch of ChatGPT has raised internal questions about Google's search engine's continued hegemony. In December, Google's CEO Sundar Pichai convened meetings to discuss the business's AI strategy.

The Fightback Against ChatGPT

After the AI bot quickly gained popularity, the company declared a "code red."

The Fightback Against ChatGPT

More than three years after Page and Brin left their executive positions, Pichai called them as a result, according to The Times. On Alphabet's board, the co-founders are still present.

The Fightback Against ChatGPT

According to the story, Page and Brin approved plans to include more chatbot elements in Google's search engine at "multiple" meetings with employees last month to discuss Google's AI.

The Fightback Against ChatGPT

Unnamed source informed the publication that Page and Brin had not been heavily involved with the business's operations since 2019 and had only stopped by the company's Silicon Valley offices to check in on its "moonshot" initiatives.

The Fightback Against ChatGPT

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