Google announced on Wednesday that it would soon incorporate artificial intelligence (AI) capable of producing text and other content in search results as it struggles to take on Microsoft’s well-liked AI chatbot ChatGPT.
On Monday, Google, which is controlled by Alphabet, introduced Bard, its own chatbot platform.
Google executive Prabhakar Raghavan stated at a launch event on Wednesday in Paris that so-called generative AI would allow consumers to interact with information in “completely new ways.”
They could assist a toymaker in coming up with a fresh design or a local baker in working with a client to cooperate on a cake.
The only constraint on search will be your creativity when we integrate generative AI technologies into our products, we say.
Using code and a massive amount of data, generative AI creates new texts, videos, and audio files that resemble humans.
Google announced that more partners and developers would soon be able to test Bard.