A General Motors company executive told Reuters that they are exploring uses for ChatGPT as part of their broader collaboration with Microsoft.
“ChatGPT is going to be in everything,” GM Vice President Scott Miller said in an interview last week.
Miller also stated that the chatbot may be used to retrieve information on how to use vehicle features normally found in an owner’s manual, program functions for example a garage door code or integrating schedules from a calendar.
This news was first released by the website Semafor, which said that the American automaker was working on a virtual personal assistant that uses AI models behind ChatGPT.
In 2021, GM partnered with Microsoft to speed up the commercialization of its driverless vehicles.
Shares of GM were down about two percent on Friday amid a broader drop.