• Microsoft incorporated GPT-4 into its Bing search engine earlier this year.
• Google has announced it is rolling out generative AI to its core search engine.
• AltSignals is developing an AI-based algorithm for generating trading signals.
Big Tech Companies Invest in Artificial Intelligence
Microsoft and Google have both invested heavily in artificial intelligence technology recently. Microsoft incorporated OpenAI’s GPT-4 into its Bing search engine, while Google announced that it is rolling out generative artificial intelligence (AI) to its core search engine. These moves demonstrate the increasing importance of AI across many different industries.
AltSignals‘ AI Project
AltSignals has become popular for providing quality trading signals since its launch in 2017, and now the team wants to upgrade their signal-generating service with the incorporation of artificial intelligence, natural language processing, machine learning, and advanced sentiment analysis. This project could revolutionize how trading signals are generated and open up new opportunities for investors who use these services.
The GPT-4 model from OpenAI is a large multimodal model that can imitate prose, audio, video or art produced by a human and solve written problems or generate original text or images. It is the fourth generation of OpenAI’s foundation model and was integrated into Microsoft’s Bing Search Engine earlier this year.
Google’s Generative AI
Google also announced that it is rolling out generative AI to its core search engine as part of the Search Generative Experience feature which will craft responses to open-ended queries – although currently only available to a limited number of users during the experimental phase.
AltSignals‘ project comes at a great time as big tech companies flock to take advantage of artificial intelligence technology in their products and services. The incorporation of AI into AltSignals‘ signal generating service could revolutionize how trading signals are generated and open up new opportunities for investors who use these services.