Sundar Pichai responds to the CEO of Microsoft’s remarks regarding making Google “dance”

Anjali Jain
Sundar Pichai said Google likes to dance to its own music. Justin Sullivan/Ben Kriemann/Getty
  • The CEO of Google responded positively to Satya Nadella’s remark that Google should “dance” with the “new Bing.”
  • Sundar Pichai stated that listening to the music of others is one way to set oneself back.
  • Pichai stated that competition in the technology industry is regular and that he is well aware of what Google must do.

Once, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella expressed his desire for Google to “come out and demonstrate that they can dance” in response to the “new Bing.”
“Moreover, I want them to know that we made them dance, and I believe that will be a great day,” Nadella said in February 2023, following the launch of the OpenAI-redesigned Bing search engine.
however, Sundar Pichai, CEO of Google, stated in a new interview with Bloomberg published on Wednesday that he prefers to listen to his own music.

“One potential error is to engage in inappropriate behavior while listening to external noise and another person’s dance music,” Pichai responded to Nadella’s remarks during the interview.
There was no response from Microsoft to a request for comment.
Microsoft debuted “New Bing,” an application powered by OpenAI, in February 2023. Google “should have been the default winner” of the Big Tech AI contest, according to a previous statement by Nadella to The Verge: He waited twenty years to challenge Google.

Microsoft commenced the AI contest in front of Google, despite Google’s initial investment of substantial resources and personnel in AI, through its collaboration with OpenAI and the 365 Copilot, an AI-driven productivity utility for Microsoft applications and the new Bing.

In the interim, Google was taken by surprise

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Reportedly, upon the 2022 introduction of ChatGPT, Google warned its employees in “code red” regarding the potential threat to its search business. In addition, the organization realigned its artificial intelligence strategy in response to the emerging competition.

Google subsequently introduced its AI chatbot Bard, which is now known as Gemini. Later, when it announced enhancements, Google was met with nearly immediate criticism for the image-generator tool’s inaccurate depictions of historical figures.

However, the tech behemoth is gaining ground by leveraging its enormous user base to market its AI products.
Google announced recently that it is developing its own AI processors. In addition, through a series of cloud advancements, the general release of TPU v5p, the introduction of Gemini 1.5, and the incorporation of numerous AI features into Google Workspace, the company is accelerating its AI efforts.

Over the past year, it has also undergone team restructuring and personnel reductions to make room for its top priority, which is the advancement of artificial intelligence. Google reduced its workforce by approximately 6% in 2023, and surges of thousands of redundancies have occurred thus far in 2024.
Regarding AI, Pichai told Bloomberg that the industry is in its infancy and that competition is an inherent aspect of the technology sector.

“It’s occurring at an accelerated rate, but as you know, technological advancements accelerate over time,” Pichai explained during the interview. “So it’s not surprising to me at all.”
“I think we have a clear sense of what we need to do,” according to Pichai.
In contrast, Bing continues to trail behind Google in search, a fact that Nadella has acknowledged since he made the aforementioned remark regarding forcing his competitor to perform.

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“I believe there is an exciting moment when you have a 3% share of global search and your competitor has a 97% share,” Nadella told Mathias Dopfner, CEO of Business Insider’s parent company, Axel Springer, in an October interview. “But Google is a very strong company, and they are going to come out strong.”
“Google has a number of structural advantages right there: they already have the share, they control Android, they control Chrome,” Nadella emphasized. “In my opinion, Google generates more revenue from Windows than the entirety of Microsoft.” It serves to ground us.”

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