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Responding to Microsoft and ChatGPT challenges, Google says generative AI models will soon be integrated with search results



IT House News on February 8th, Google said that the Generative Model (Generative Model) will soon be integrated with search results, and will start recruiting developers, creators, and companies to try the Generative AI Model API from March.

Google said it will soon integrate artificial intelligence (AI) that can generate text and other content in search results, as it grapples with the challenge of ChatGPT, a popular AI chatbot backed by Microsoft.

Alphabet-owned Google has released its own chatbot service, Bard.

At a conference in Paris, Google executive Prabhakar Raghavan said that the so-calledGenerative AI will enable users to interact with information in ‘entirely new ways’.

“This might help a local baker collaborate with a client on a cake design, or help a toymaker come up with new creations. As we continue to bring generative artificial intelligence technology to products, the only limit to search will be your imagination. “

Generative AI is used for human-like creation through code, harnessing vast amounts of data to produce new text, video or audio compositions.

Google says it will soon allow more developers and partners to test Bard.

IT Home learned that OpenAI’s natural language processing model ChatGPT was launched in November last year and is now popular all over the world. The tool takes the form of a chatbot that answers questions in a conversational manner and helps people generate code and various types of content.

Microsoft has launched a new version of the Bing search engine ( and the Edge browser, which integrates the recently popular ChatGPT technology developed by OpenAI, which Microsoft says is like having a research assistant, personal planner and creative partner when you search the Web.

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