CSET Research Analysts Dahlia Peterson and Hanna Dohmen were quoted in an article published by South China Morning Post. The story discusses China’s challenges in developing its own ChatGPT equivalent. Peterson notes that China’s censorship could hinder the development of a ChatGPT equivalent. Dohmen highlights that commercialization and further innovation may be hindered by China’s restrictions, regulations, and censorship.
Read the full article on South China Morning Post.