Google wants to demonstrate that it is still “AI-first” in business.
Sundar Pichai, its CEO, stated to investors on Thursday that the company is working on “the most profound technology”: AI. Many years after he mentioned Google becoming an AI-first corporation, he made these remarks.
Details about Google CEO Sundar Pichai says users will soon be able to engage directly with AI capabilities in Google’s search engine
Pichai stated on Thursday that the tech giant intended to make its language models accessible for people to “engage directly” with, starting with Google’s Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA).
People will soon be able to directly interact with our newest, most potent language model as a companion to Search, in novel and exploratory ways, he predicted.
In November, OpenAI unveiled ChatGPT, a chatbot built on a substantial language model. A widespread interest in generative AI was generated by the chatbot, which immediately went viral.
The debut of the OpenAI chatbot in December prompted a “code red” from Google management, according to The New York Times.
According to reports, Microsoft, an investor in OpenAI, intends to introduce a new version of Bing that combines ChatGPT’s technology. According to The Information, the function, which attempts to provide consumers answers to some inquiries rather than just showing related links, may become available by the end of March.
This year, Google apparently aims to demo a Google Search version with AI chatbot characteristics.
Employees of Google are also testing ChatGPT’s possible rivals. According to individuals and internal communications reviewed by the outlet, the “Apprentice Bard” bot employs Google’s LaMDA technology, according to CNBC.
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