Google recently announced Bard, its own iteration of the ChatGPT, in an effort to stay up with Microsoft, which just unveiled a number of AI-powered capabilities for its search engine Bing. Although the debut wasn’t perfect, Google CEO Sundar Pichai claims that the business is quickly making up for its shortcomings.
For example, the search engine team is developing a chat function similar to ChatGPT. Pichai confirmed in an interview that users will be able to communicate with a bot powered by LLM. (large language model).
Instead of seeing this as a danger, Google’s CEO views it as a huge opportunity. Furthermore, the new feature will probably have a greater impact than the ChatGPT + Bing combination because the firm controls more than 93% of the global search engine industry. assuming, of course, that it is carried out properly. Sundar Pichai did not provide a timeline, but given the company’s urgency, we believe it won’t be long.