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Google to Release New AI-Powered Search Tools Next Month to Meet Growing Competition

Google to Release New AI-Powered Search Tools Next Month to Meet Growing Competition

According to a report from The New York Times, Google plans to release new AI-powered search tools next month, with even more features coming in the fall. These features will be available exclusively in the US and will be released initially to a maximum of one million users under the codename Magi. It is yet unclear what tools Google will offer, but they will likely build on the conversational promise of the experimental Bard chatbot.

The move comes as Google faces increasing competition from new AI systems such as Microsoft's Bing chatbot and OpenAI's ChatGPT, which many believe could one day replace traditional search engines like Google. According to the report, Google's position is so threatened that Samsung is reportedly considering replacing Google with Bing as the default search engine on its mobile devices.

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Google is also reportedly developing a range of other AI tools, including an AI image generator called GIFI, a language learning system called Tivoli Tutor, and a feature called Searchalong that would integrate a chatbot into Google's Chrome browser to answer questions related to the current web page.

In addition to the new features developed under the Magi project, Google plans a more radical rebuild of its search engine. However, "no clear timetable on when it will release the new search technology," according to the Times. Overall, Google's efforts to meet the threat posed by new AI systems reflect a broader trend of tech companies increasingly turning to AI to power their products and services.


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