Google Releases More Details On Its Plans To Use MML And AI In Search

Google on Wednesday said it would soon integrate the artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities of generating text and other content in search results.

At a launch event in Paris on Wednesday, Google executive Prabhakar Raghavan -- senior vice president at Google, who is responsible for Google Search, Assistant, Ads, and more -- said the chatbot service Bard would enable users to interact with information in "entirely new ways."

Google, as it announced Monday in a post, will initially release Bard with a lightweight, modern version of Language Model for Dialogue Applications (LaMDA), which requires a much smaller model needs significantly less computing power.

Raghavan believes the only limit to search will be your imagination, and said Google wants media to become a multisense and multisearch experience. He touted improvements around Translate, Maps and Lens, and searching with images and text.

He also said that Google will release Bard to trusted testers this week, with a “high bar for quality, safety and groundedness before launching more broadly.”

The company did not provide further details.

Raghavan did demonstrate how someone would ask about the best constellations to look for when stargazing. It showed a detailed conversational answer directly on the search page. Since the presentation, the video replay was made private.

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  1. Craig Mcdaniel from Sweepstakes Today LLC, February 9, 2023 at 3:17 a.m.

    You wrote; "Raghavan believes the only limit to search will be your imagination". I have serious doubts Ragghaven is being honest. If he was honest, he would place thousands of my contents links before page 8 or the second section of search for the keyword "sweepstakes". If he was honest, he and his team would end the hatred that Google Search has displaced against my business.

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