ChatGPT Has Been Down , but People Still Use It. Elad Gil, Google Alum, Says This Is Bad Silicon Valley Advice.
OpenAI’s artificial intelligence chatbot has captured the imagination of the world and attracted large investments from Microsoft. stated this month that it intends to invest billions in the venture and incorporate its technology in a wide range its products.
However, OpenAI’s rapid rise–it launched in 2015 and shared ChatGPT two months ago with the public–will leave entrepreneurs questioning if their less-noticed ventures are doing anything wrong.
Elad Gil is a well-respected Silicon Valley angel investor. He made early bets in Instacart and Square. It is because it is used by too many people. It’s a terrible problem.
Gil commented on Friday’s episode of Logan Bartlett show. Alumnus of Google, and Twitter, Gil commented on the “problem” OpenAI has after Bartlett (VC firm Redpoint) asked him about his thoughts on product-market fit when looking at investments.
Positive testimonials from users and customers are one sign that he is looking for. He said: “It just really shows in terms of how passionate the small initial cohort has about the product.”