General Motors (GM) has signaled its plans to put artificial intelligence chatbot ChatGPT in its future cars.
The computer program was launched at the end of last year and has found use in writing complete essays, creating music, answering questions, and more based off what the user tells it to do.
It has since received a $US10 billion investment from Microsoft which shares a close relationship with GM.
The carmaker is planning to leverage this by exploring the use of ChatGPT in its vehicles to access features such as vehicle information found in an owners manual.
“ChatGPT is going to be in everything,” GM Vice President Scott Miller recently said in an interview with Reuters.
Other uses could include verbally telling the AI to operate garage doors, run vehicle diagnostics if a warning light were to show, and even schedule servicing appointments.
“This shift is not just about one single capability like the evolution of voice commands, but instead means that customers can expect their future vehicles to be far more capable and fresh overall when it comes to emerging technologies,” a GM spokesperson told Reuters.
General Motors has yet to reveal further plans regarding its new ChatGPT driving assistant nor when the technology will feature in its vehicles.