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Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google, has revealed that the tech giant plans to launch a competitor to ChatGPT very soon. He disclosed the plans of the world’s largest technology company to implement AI features in its search engine.
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During the Q4 earnings call on Wednesday, Sundar Pichai stated that users will soon be able to connect directly with their newest and most powerful companion to search in experimental and unique ways.
The Language Model for Dialog Apps, which is Google’s own language model, will be used by Google Search. It will help the browser to provide factual and conversational results for the queries that are executed.
According to Pichai, the improved search could be available for testing in the coming weeks and months. Development is expected to take place sometime during the Google IO 2023 event in May.
During the earnings call, the CEO of Google gave some hints about the new development. He did so by frequently mentioning the powers of AI and how ready the world is to use it, specifically pointing to ChatGPT’s answer. Pichai stated that artificial intelligence is currently the deepest technology they are working on. In addition, he revealed that Google will soon offer new tools and application programming interfaces (APIs) for developers so they can build and design their own AI-powered applications.
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When Pichai was asked to comment on the concerns associated with AI chatbots, he stated that the company has been investing for some time and it is obvious that the market is ready to embrace AI-powered platforms. He went on to say: “I’m comfortable with all the efforts we’ve made to make sure we can develop AI properly and we’ll be careful.”
According to the US technology corporation Google, a recent incident may have resulted in the theft of personal information belonging to customers using the Google Fi service. This information may have been taken by hackers. According to a report by The Verge, an American technology news website, the malware was likely related to a data breach T-Mobile had earlier this month. This information was disclosed by The Verge.
Google Fi customers were informed via email that the primary network provider for their cellular network had become aware of suspicious activity on a system containing Google Fi customer data. This information was contained in an email that was sent by Google.
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According to Google, the hackers may have gained access to some customer data through the compromised system. This data may include phone numbers, SIM card serial numbers, account status, as well as information about mobile service plans.
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