GM announced on its official website, that the company and the technology giant Google are cooperating, to explore the opportunity to use AI in the cars. It is understood that GM will work with Google Cloud around generative AI for “broader cooperation” after the two sides have already launched cooperation for GM’s OnStar IVA (Interactive Virtual Assistant built into GM’s car in the interactive AI). Cooperation.
The company has also announced a partnership with Google to bring conversational AI to its car fleet.
GM said the IVA system will be powered by Google’s “intent-recognition algorithms” to provide OnStar users with responses to common queries, as well as route and navigation assistance.
▲OnStar button, image source GM website
GM Vice President Mike Abbott said, “AI has the potential to revolutionize the experience of interacting inside and outside of the car, opening up opportunities for even more new GM features and services.”
Mike Abbott added, “Our software-driven approach accelerates service delivery to our customers while improving efficiency across the GM enterprise.”
In June, Mercedes-Benz and Microsoft jointly announced that they are working together to expand the use of AI in Mercedes-Benz vehicles, this time planning to integrate AI technology into the vehicle’s voice control system. Mercedes-Benz said that this cooperation will bring ChatGPT experience to car owners through Microsoft’s Azure OpenAI service.
In the domestic market, Peng, Great Wall and other car companies have gradually introduced AI in its car devices, Early this month Great Wall Motor announced Apollo Wenxin’s big model of the first application to explore partners.
▲ Source Great Wall Motors