Google, the world’s largest search engine, has introduced a new artificial intelligence (AI) system, Bard AI, to improve its search results. The new system is designed to provide users with more accurate and relevant search results, helping them find the information they need faster and more efficiently.
The answer to OpenAI’s ChatGPT
Bard AI uses a combination of machine learning algorithms and natural language processing techniques to understand the intent behind a user’s search query and deliver the most relevant results. The system analyzes a variety of factors, including the context of the search query, the user’s location and search history, and the content of the pages searched.
Bard AI powered by LaMDA*, not only delivers more accurate and relevant search results, but also makes it easier for users to search for information on a variety of topics. For example, if a user is searching for a specific type of product, the system can provide them with information about that product’s features and benefits, as well as links to websites where they can purchase it.
*LaMDA Language Model for Dialogue Applications announced two years ago, at the 2021 Google I/O keynote.
According to Google CEO Sundar Pichai, the new search feature is only available to a limited number of users and is still being prepared for rollout to the general public and implementation in search.