Google plans to make its search engine more “visual, personal and human” by targeting young people around the world, the Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday, citing documents.
The measure comes at a time when applications of artificial intelligence (AI) as ChatGPT They are rapidly gaining popularity, highlighting a technology that could change how businesses and society work.
The tech giant will move its service away from the “10 Blue Links” traditional format for displaying search results, and plans to incorporate more human voices as part of the shift, according to the report.
At their annual I/O developer conference next week, they are expected to Google release new features that allow users to have conversations with an AI program, a project codenamed “Magi,” the WSJ added, citing people familiar with the matter.
The artificial intelligence Generative has become a buzzword this year, with apps capturing public attention and sparking a race among companies to release similar products that they believe will change the nature of work.
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