The ChatGPT Hype Is Over — Now Watch How Google Will Kill ChatGPT
By AL Anany
It never happens instantly. The business game is longer than you know.
It’s happening. OpenAI’s losing the AI race.
- Remember those days when ChatGPT was everyone’s topic of conversation? Yes, you do.
- Remember those days when BeReal was everywhere? Yes, you do.
- Remember those days when Vine was the most trending app? Uh, maybe?
- What about when YikYak was everyone’s app? Yik-what?
Go back to high school. There’s always that popular girl in school for a few years. Ten years later, you’ll probably say, “Gosh, I haven’t heard that name in years.”
There are no hypes that last forever. Every single business or venture will decline one day or another.
- Yes, WhatsApp won’t be used forever.
- Apple is going to be historical.
- Teslas are going to be sold as antiques.
- On the one hand, if you’re working on a product, hype is what you’re looking for.
- On the other hand, you will have an enormous challenge dealing with the “post-hype.”
I’ve written an article analyzing how Google Bard will destroy ChatGPT because it’s a long-term game, and Google has the upper hand in terms of market dominance. ChatGPT has a better product, but that doesn’t mean they’ll win the long race.
This was quite the trending article reaching 178,000 people. There were quite the mixed emotions towards it. Some agreed that Google had the upper hand. Others think that ChatGPT has a “first-movers advantage.”
Now let’s resume the conversation. Ever since then, Google has been developing and waiting for the hype to fade. Their stock has been on the rise because many believe in their AI investments.
Finally, OpenAI made a few moves that made me believe that they’re moving more toward the losing side of the race. Let me elaborate; it’ll be fun.