The move marks Alibaba's attempt to tap the growing video and audio consumption.
Alibaba Cloud's large language model (LLM), dubbed Tongyi Qianwen, now open to the public, is powering interactions with a new version of the assistant, Tongyi Tingwu, Bloomberg reports.
The service helps analyze audio and video files and generate text summaries.
Alibaba Cloud also proposes to integrate the bot into DingTalk.
The ChatGPT frenzy triggered the release of LLMs by companies across the globe, from internet players like Alibaba and Baidu, Inc (NASDAQ: BIDU) to hardware companies like Asustek Computer Inc.
On April 11, Alibaba revealed its LLM, promising to add it across various businesses gradually.
Price Action: BABA shares traded lower by 0.44% at $79.20 premarket on the last check Thursday.
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