After its use was limited in Britain and the US, Google has announced that it will roll out a “cool” system for conversations using artificial intelligence in more than 180 countries around the world.
He added that the program, which is still in testing phase, will allow the use of images in addition to words during conversations.
It follows the rapid success of ChatGBT, an artificial intelligence technology funded by Google’s arch-rival Microsoft.
Google also announced the integration of artificial intelligence into its flagship search engine.
Chirag Tigate, technology analyst at Gartner Business Support, said Google is at the forefront of technology and is positioning itself to reap the most benefits from artificial intelligence technologies.
“Google has the means to dominate the competitive arena in artificial intelligence, the most important question is, will they do it?” He said.
A few months ago, Microsoft introduced artificial intelligence services called “GPT-4” within its search engine “Bing”.
Google said that the results generated by artificial intelligence will be part of the results that appear when using its search engine.
However, he clarified that the system will only be available to a limited number of users as it will be in an “experimental framework”.
“We are conducting a comprehensive review of all our core services, including search,” said Sundar Pichai, director of Google’s parent company Alphabet.
At the same time, the company announced a new feature for Google’s Android system that allows users to alert and guide small personal items like a key chain or wallet within the “Air Tag” system. .
The AirTag Alerts service will launch this summer, the company said.
Last year, two women sued Apple for being tracked using AirTag services.
Google and Apple confirmed last week that they are working together to resolve the issue
The two women told the BBC last year that they were at risk of being stalked using Airtag and that not enough measures were being taken to prevent misuse of the technology.
Google’s announcement at the annual conference showcased developments across its various branches, where technologies like artificial intelligence and new devices, including a new mobile phone that opens and closes like books, are presented. About $1,800.
Bart answered a question incorrectly about 3 months ago as part of experiments in which the company tried to catch up with the technology competition in the field of artificial intelligence.
As a result, parent company Alphabet lost $100 million in market value.
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