Google proves its ChatGPT rival may launch soon
Google CEO Sundar Pichai has indicated the industry's plan to add AI (artificial intelligence) features to its search engine. The CEO said that users will "very soon" be capable of "communicating directly" with its "newest, most powerful model as a companion to search in experimental and imaginative ways" during the Q4 results call on Wednesday." Google Search will leverage LaMDA (Language Model for Dialogue Applications), Google's own language model, to offer "factual" and conversational results to queries. This comes a day after a report stated that Google is gearing up to rival ChatGPT, the AI-powered chatbot that has gone viral.
Pichai notes that the improved search should be available for testing in the "coming weeks and months." This could be during the Google IO 2023 event in May, which is the company's annual developer conference where it showcases new software and hardware.
During the earnings call, Pichai kept returning to the power of AI and how the world is ready to use it, referring to the public's positive response to OpenAI's ChatGPT. "AI is the most profound technology we are working on today," Pichai said in his opening remarks. The executive announced that Google would also provide new tools and APIs for developers and partners to build their "own applications and discover new possibilities on AI."
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