Huawei patents new ChatGPT like reply software

Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd, a famous Chinese Tech MNC, has filed a patent for a chatbot-like reply software. This patent reveals that Huawei is continuously focusing on the development of innovative solutions for Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Artificial Intelligence (AI).

This patent of Huawei is invested in man-machine dialogue method and dialogue system. The focus of this patent is to take conversations with the AI to the next level by identifying Eccentric human attitudes and giving apt responses. We need accuracy right? To their next patent they added “Machine-Machine Dialogue and Pre-trained Language Model Training Method, System, and Electronic Equipment”.

A serious question arises, can we create a world where we engage in conversations with AI just like we do with humans? It’s going to unlock many interesting secrets. Scary or thrilling? You decide.

Let’s get to know what these two major patents are.

Huawei’s patents for a new ChatGPT-like ChatBot

Huawei has received two patents that contribute tremendously to the field of AI technology interacting with humans. The first patent unravels a system that analyzes the behavior of the user and generates a response accordingly. This latest technology enhances the experience of human-to-AI conversation to a whole new level. It lets users have a more personalized and intuitive interaction with the AI.

The second patent is based upon an AI-to-AI response system. This works upon the conversation between two AIs, them sharing knowledge and experience with each other. This breakthrough innovation vows to elevate the accuracy and significance of responses, guaranteeing a more successful and engaging discussion among users and artificial intelligence powered frameworks.

Patent 1: User to AI

The first instruction given by the user to the system indicates their behavior.

The system captures and processes the first user input and determines what to reply next. In case of normal general life questions asked, the AI system responds in a positive manner giving the answer to that particular question.

In case of abnormal behavior or saying something morally or ethically wrong is asked by the user, the system analyzes it and responds to it in a negative way. In this case the AI is very much able to understand what is being asked but refuses to answer. The reply prompt lets the user know why their request cannot be executed and the user must make changes to the question.

Yet in another case where the system isn’t able to identify the user’s intention based on the first input, it still generates a reply. It produces an answer to the abnormal conduct in the second answer sentence, wherein, the subsequent answer is used to prompt that the system cannot support their intentions. These technical modifications are absolutely required in the models we’re going to see in the future.

Patent 2: AI to AI

The second patent filed by Huawei takes AI communication to a next level with AI to AI dialogue and pre-trained language model training method. It’s like having a virtual chat between 2 AIs, they exchange information and learn in order to improve the quality and accuracy of their replies.

Imagine two AI-powered systems engaging in a virtual conversation, sharing insights, knowledge, and expertise with each other. It’s like a dynamic brainstorming session where they collaborate and fine-tune their language models to better understand and respond to questions posed by users. It will be like a mutual “teamwork” between the AI systems where they will be learning from each other and generating even more exact answers to our queries.

I mean this is exactly what Elon Musk asked not to do right? Where would it lead? And is it dangerous?

Technology is definitely something that needs to be under proper control or where it may lead is still unknown to us. Let us know the opinion of Elon Musk, who gave a great contribution towards AI technology.

What is the opinion of Elon Musk on AI?

Elon Musk is strictly against AI. He has been very clear about the effects of unregulated AI research, claiming that AI could be the reason for “civilisation destruction”. He said, “AI is more dangerous than, say, mismanaged aircraft design or production maintenance or bad car production,”. According to him, AI is far more dangerous than Nuclear weapons.

Being the CEO of several Multinational Tech and AI research companies, he definitely knows something that we shouldn’t ignore.

The CEO of OpenAI exclaimed that the person who isn’t scared of un-regulated AI research, is dangerous.

But what are the plans of Huawei with this technology? Let’s do some brainstorming.

What are Huawei’s plans with this technology?

While the specific use of these licenses is not yet disclosed, it raises interest in Huawei’s likely plans and applications for AI system research in the Tech world. As innovation keeps on developing, technologies like these can possibly change human-machine collaborations, opening up tremendous opportunities for seamless communication among AI-powered systems and users.
It will be exciting to perceive how Huawei uses this innovation in the future to improve user encounters and push the limits of AI communication. r dapibus leo.

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