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Google, an intelligent chatbot in the future of research

2023-02-02T09:11:48.626Z


The outcry that aroused ChatGpt, the intelligent chatbot available online, to which you can ask everything, has prompted the giants of the web to experiment with similar solutions for their products. (HANDLE)


The outcry that aroused ChatGpt, the intelligent chatbot available online, to which you can ask everything, has prompted the giants of the web to experiment with similar solutions for their products.

Among the most active is Google, not at all new to testing practical uses of artificial intelligence, such as the Duplex platform that was supposed to talk to restaurants and other businesses on the phone to book services.

The project now is to make internet search more interactive, of which Google is the cornerstone.

According to CNBC, Mountain View technicians are already testing two AI chatbots very similar to Chat Gpt: Atlas and Apprentice Bard.

Above all, the latter would offer articulated answers to classic web searches, providing specific details and information with a natural language just like ChatGPT does.

Bard is built using Google's LaMda technology, which in turn is a daughter of the Gpt language models on which ChatGpt itself, developed by the OpenAI foundation, is based.

According to CNBC, Big G could begin to integrate the answers of its chatbot in a special box of the search results, to then make it more central in the future.

Google's Chinese competitor Baidu is moving in a similar direction.

As Bloomberg reports, the giant intends to launch Ernie by March,

a machine learning model behind its new search engine.

For its part, Microsoft, which has invested 10 billion dollars in OpenAI, could improve some applications for companies through chatbots, leaving Chat Gpt out of the development of Bing, Google Search's competitor, for now.


Source: ansa

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