The Google parent company Alphabet, has recently announced that some new updates based on artificial intelligence are going to add to the Google search engine. These features make exploring and interacting with information for people more natural and intuitive than ever before. “Apprentice Bard” is Google’s chatbot based on LaMDA (Language Model for Dialogue Applications) technology. One impressive feature which makes Apprentice Bard different from ChatGPT is its ability to draw on recent information and events for its answers against limited knowledge of ChatGPT about events after 2021. On the other side of the race field, Microsoft has added Chatbot 3.5 to its Bing browser and Office applications. This service currently costs $7 per month, which will increase to at least $10 per month by July. Also, the company plans to use OpenAI’s new chatbot for its Bing search engine on March.
Google is going to hold a 40-minute event streaming online on YouTube on February 8 to detail its achievements.