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Owner of TikTok ByteDance offers a chatbot development service, joining the generative AI craze, according to a memo.

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The social media behemoth has joined competitors like Baidu and Alibaba in the race to provide AI model development as a service.
Since ChatGPT’s debut a year ago, there has been a sharp increase in demand for generative AI goods and services, which have developed quickly this year.

In an effort to keep up with the intense rivalry that began with the introduction of ChatGPT last year, ByteDance, the Chinese firm that owns TikTok, is developing an open platform that will let users design their own chatbots.
An internal memo obtained by the Post states that the “bot development platform” will be made available to the public as a beta by the end of the month.

According to the companywide notice, the action is in line with the company’s new strategic vision to “explore new generative AI products and how they can integrate with the existing ones.”

A person with knowledge of the situation claims that the social media behemoth has already begun developing a text-to-image generator akin to Midjourney.

On Monday, ByteDance did not immediately reply to a comment request.

Since its inception, China’s most valuable unicorn has been known to use artificial intelligence in some capacity. TikTok’s popularity is attributed to its recommendation algorithms, which are regarded as its “secret sauce.”

It is now venturing into a new industry where large language models (LLMs) are being offered as a service. Numerous other major IT companies have followed suit, such as Microsoft-backed startup OpenAI, which is the source of ChatGPT. It began enabling anyone last month to create personalized ChatGPT versions for certain purposes, without the need for any prior coding knowledge.

In March, Baidu’s cloud division—the first Chinese tech firm to introduce a competing ChatGPT product named Ernie Bot—released Qianfan, a one-stop shop where business users can create LLMs and related services.
The South China Morning Post’s owner, Alibaba Group Holding, also owns Alibaba Cloud, the cloud computing division. In October, Bailian, a comparable platform for working on customized large language models, was introduced.
Other businesses with comparable offerings, including Google with its Bard chatbot, have followed suit. As of right now, OpenAI has not opened up shop in mainland China or Hong Kong. On the other hand, Microsoft has been promoting its GPT-enabled Copilot throughout Asia, particularly in Hong Kong.

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