Google announced on February 5 that it will hold a “Live from Paris” internet event on February 8 at 8:30 AM ET. According to Android Police, the 45-minute event will discuss the company’s plans to employ artificial intelligence to revolutionize search and the way consumers engage with data. The event will be broadcast live on YouTube.
#Google will host an event on February 8 in which it will share about its work in #artificialintelligence (AI). 40-minute event will be streamed on YouTube. pic.twitter.com/Nlz9wx06tx
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According to Google’s YouTube description, the event’s focus will be on “Search, Maps, and beyond.” It is also intended that it will be “more natural and intuitive than ever before to discover what you need” as you navigate through and interact with information.
This is an intriguing event to host so close to Google I/O, which will be held in its traditional time slot in the first half of May. It has been speculated that up to twenty new AI features will be introduced this year and that this will be the primary focus of the developer conference.
Google may wish to move quickly in response to rivals’ AI developments. Microsoft has announced that it will include the technology behind OpenAI’s ChatGPT, a popular natural language chatbot, into its Bing search engine.
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Apparently, Sergey Brin and Larry Page were called into an emergency meeting to discuss ways to speed up Google’s own AI initiatives after ChatGPT triggered an internal code red alarm at the company. According to recent reports, Google is putting pressure on internal teams responsible for ensuring the ethical and fair development of AI to speed up the approval process.
Google has made it obvious that it is investing substantially in natural language AI over the past few years, with its own general-purpose chatbot LaMDA making news last year after a now-fired Google employee claimed that it was sentient, a claim that the firm quickly rejected. However, this still says nothing more than that the AI model is good.
It’s becoming increasingly apparent that the corporation is about to disclose some of these features to the public after years of promising the future of computing thanks to AI. If this is a response to ChatGPT, then it’s incredible to see what healthy competition can accomplish.