German concern Mercedes-Benz is integrating artificial intelligence into more than 900,000 vehicles as part of a new trial of a ChatGPT-based voice assistant system.
(2/2) Passengers can have a natural conversation, get questions answered, receive weather updates, control vehicle comfort settings or even their smart homes and more.
— Mercedes-Benz Press (@MB_Press) June 15, 2023
“Passengers can have natural conversations, get answers to questions, weather updates, control settings in the car or their smart homes,” the company said.
The beta feature is available in the United States for owners of vehicles equipped with the Mercedes-Benz User Experience. Drivers can join the program by saying “Hey Mercedes” or by registering on the Mercedes me app.
The company noted that ChatGPT will “complement” the existing voice control function, expanding the available capabilities.
“ChatGPT uses a large language model to greatly improve natural language understanding and expand the topics it can answer,” the manufacturer emphasized.
The beta program will run for three months. After that, the company will decide on further plans for the development of the function based on the chatbot.
Recall that in April, the head of Tesla, Elon Musk, announced the “most truthful” alternative to ChatGPT.
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