DeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman left Google last year and founded the machine learning company Inflection AI. The company recently launched an AI bot called Pi, which is positioned as a friend interlocutor rather than an assistive tool.
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Pi was developed by Google DeepMind co-founder Mustafa Suleyman in collaboration with LinkedIn co-founder and investor Reid Hoffman.
Before leaving Google, Suleiman led the team responsible for integrating LaMDA’s large-scale language models into Google Search.
Pi is also based on generative AI, but it is more targeted. It is not designed to solve various problems but hopes to become a bosom friend of users.
The system will create a warm atmosphere in the communication between humans and artificial intelligence. For example, you tell Pi to watch a movie or play basketball, and he will ask later how it went.