Mercedes claims that ChatGPT will be integrated into the MBUX infotainment system, allowing Mercedes owners to communicate with an AI chatbot.
Mercedes’ recent announcement to include ChatGPT into its vehicles has caused a frenzy among auto enthusiasts worldwide. According to the German automaker, the MBUX infotainment system will now incorporate ChatGPT.
Most people are bewildered and trying to figure out why a car owner would require an AI chatbot like ChatGPT in their infotainment system. Having a full AI chatbot inside your automobile, on the other hand, sounds odd. Drivers, or at least responsible drivers, frequently concentrate on their journey, navigate their way, and may have a simple media player on hand.
Long chats with an AI chatbot on your way someplace may seem excessive, but it is clearly a possibility; what do you think? Perhaps not, because the AI chatbot can respond to sophisticated questions such as Find a family-owned pizzeria that offers gluten-free options near a movie theater or Identify a cozy bakery that serves fresh pastries and is within a mile of a train station.
Mercedes appears to want to step up its game by transitioning from traditional voice interface services to ones driven by AI technology, and the corporation is moving rapidly on this idea, having already launched a beta program for all Mercedes owners in the United States. All participants must say “Hey Mercedes, I want to join the beta program” in order to participate.
Users will come across a voice assistant that can converse as well as take natural voice commands. According to Mercedes, who announced its ChatGPT integration, users who ask the Voice Assistant for information about their location, a new dinner recipe, or an answer to a complicated question will receive a more thorough response in the near future – all while keeping their hands on the wheel and their eyes on the road.