The world of Artificial Intelligence is rapidly evolving and is going through a phase of face-to-face confrontation between giants. From the world's biggest companies like Apple and Microsoft to the world's biggest billionaires like Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg, everyone is trying to increase their dominance in the world of AI. Apple has launched an aggressive campaign to get ahead in this race.
Apple has spent the most on AI
A recent study by Statista shows that Apple has spent the most on AI than any other. Compared to competitors, the expenditure on AI has increased the most. Apple has spent most of this money on buying new companies working in AI. According to the study, Apple acquired more than 30 startup companies in 2023 alone. This is a very aggressive strategy compared to other giants of the AI sector like Microsoft, Google, Meta, OpenAI etc.
This is how there is a fight over AI
OpenAI is currently in the AI world. ChatGPT's product is dominant. A study released last month revealed that ChatGPT alone was getting more than 50 percent of AI traffic. Many Big Techs are making efforts to counter this. The world's richest man, Elon Musk, is working on his AI. Mark Zuckerberg's Meta is also not behind in this. Google has recently given a new avatar to its AI bard named Gemini and new subscription plans have been launched to compete with ChatGPT. Microsoft has introduced Co-Pilot AI app.
Apple is working on this strategy
In the race of Artificial Intelligence, Apple was initially left behind compared to other competitors. . To compensate for this, Apple increased work on in-house R&D, and also made a strategy to aggressively buy AI startups, under which more than 30 AI startups were purchased within 12 months. Apple is also hiring to expand its AI capabilities.
Other big companies are also not far behind
Earlier it was being said that Apple is working on its AI like ChatGPT. Working on the app. However, no concrete update has come out in this regard yet. According to a study by Statista, Apple is trying to strengthen its hold with the help of acquisitions, under which 32 startups were purchased in 2023. Other giants of the tech world are also not far behind. Last year Google acquired 21 startups. Whereas Meta acquired 18 startups and Microsoft acquired 17 startups.