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Pichai Responds to Nadella: Don’t Want to Play to someone else’s Dance Music



Indian American CEO of Google, Sunder Pichai talked about an intense competition in AI and they also said what needs to be done.

In an interview with Bloomberg published recently, he said, “One of the ways you can do the wrong thing is by listening to noise out there and playing someone else’s dance music.”

Pichai’s remarks can be seen as a response to Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella’s remark last year that he hopes the “new Bing” will make Google “come out and show that they can dance.”

“And I want people to know that we made them dance, and I think that’ll be a great day,” Nadella said in February 2023 after it launched the revamped Bing search engine it made with OpenAI.

“It’s happening at a faster pace, but you know technology changes tend to get faster over time,” Pichai told Bloomberg. “So, it’s not surprising to me at all.” But “I think we have a clear sense of what we need to do,” Pichai added.

Google is still dominating search compared to Bing — something Nadella acknowledged in the time since his remarks about making his rival dance.

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