Google Develops Its Own AI Chatbot to Compete with OpenAI’s ChatGPT
As OpenAI’s ChatGPT continues to gain popularity and recognition, it seems to pose a formidable challenge to tech giant Google and its widely used search engine. Recent reports have indicated that Google, ever the innovator, has developed a conversational chatbot of its own, known as “Apprentice Bard”, which functions similarly to ChatGPT by responding to user queries in natural language.
Google to Unveil AI-Powered Search Reimagination at Upcoming February 8th Event
Speculations are rife that the tech giant is seeking to integrate this cutting-edge AI technology into its search engine, offering users an even more intuitive and seamless experience. In light of this, Google has scheduled a search event for next week, during which the company will share its vision on how it plans to “reimagine” the way people interact with information, using the full potential of artificial intelligence. The event, to be live-streamed on YouTube, will take place on February 8th, and will coincide with remarks made by Google CEO Sundar Pichai during Alphabet’s Q4 earnings call just a few days prior.
Google CEO Confirms Plans for AI-Powered Search Integration, Keeping Up with ChatGPT
When asked about Google’s AI efforts, Pichai stated that consumers are increasingly interested in exploring new AI experiences. He further announced that the company is working towards integrating direct language learning models into its search engine, with the LaMDA AI being the first language model that users will be able to interact with. Although the exact timeline and implementation of this feature remain uncertain, it is clear that Google is eager to showcase its AI capabilities and keep pace with ChatGPT’s rapid rise to fame.
Google CEO Vows to Stay Ahead in AI Race with Continuous Testing and Iteration
Despite acknowledging that it’s still early days for AI technology, Pichai emphasized that the company will continue to test and iterate on its AI products and features, striving to stay at the forefront of this rapidly evolving field.