Google To Add Conversational AI To Its Search Engine
Google To Add Conversational AI To Its Search Engine

Google To Add Conversational AI To Its Search Engine, CEO Sundar Pichai Says!

According to the CEO of the internet giant, Google is ready to upgrade its search engine with glitzy artificial intelligence elements that will allow it to communicate with people in a more conversational, human-like manner.

According to CEO Sundar Pichai, Google’s decision to integrate AI into its widely used search tools shows the company’s dedication to fighting against OpenAI, supported by Microsoft and others.

“The opportunity space, if anything, is bigger than before,” Pichai told The Wall Street Journal.

Large language models (LLMs) are computer programs that can respond to questions that mimic people’s. Google has been a pioneer in this field.

The business will now try to improve user experience on its search engine using the technology.

“Will people be able to ask questions to Google and engage with LLMs in the context of search? Absolutely,” Pichai told The Journal.

The Silicon Valley research group OpenAI debuted ChatGPT, a chatbot currently used to power the improved version of the Bing search engine that Microsoft recently released.

Google To Add Conversational AI To Its Search Engine

The rise of ChatGPT, an AI-powered chatbot that imitated human conversational abilities, shocked the computer industry.

There are concerns that the technology could replace humans who work in knowledge-based businesses because it has been demonstrated to be capable of writing emails, essays, and software code.

According to a Microsoft blog post, the generative AI feature is credited with helping Bing exceed 100 million daily active users last month.

After announcing the rollout of its new AI-powered search engine, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said the latest advances are “going to reshape every software category we know,” including search, much like earlier innovations in personal computers and cloud computing.

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Microsoft is incorporating the chatbot technology into its Edge browser and introducing it to Bing.

The emergence of bots: “AI ChatGPT could replace scary” Google in two years.

Pichai said he was happy about the competition.

In response to criticism from its rival, Pichai released the experimental AI chatbot Bard earlier this year. This contentious new service is only accessible to a select number of “trusted testers” until going generally available later in the year.

According to Pichai, Bard “seeks to combine the breadth of the world’s knowledge with the power, intelligence and creativity of our large language models.”

“It draws on information from the web to provide fresh, high-quality responses,” according to Pichai.

Due to economic challenges, Google and other tech behemoths are going through a transition that involves reducing costs and staff.

Also, it has disclosed reductions in staff incentives, including the closing of its “micro-kitchens,” which offered complimentary drinks and snacks.

Google will also reduce the amount it spends on equipment like laptops provided by the corporation.

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