Google intends to make its search engine more “visual, snackable, personal, and human,” with an emphasis on helping young people throughout the world.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday.
The move comes as artificial intelligence apps like ChatGPT gain popularity, showing a technology that has the potential to change the way businesses and society work.
According to the article, the tech giant will move away from the “10 blue links” approach of showing search results and will add more human voices as part of the transition.
Google is poised to unveil new features that allow users to converse with an AI program, code-named “Magi,” at its annual I/O developer conference next week, according to sources familiar with the situation.
This year’s buzzword has been generative AI, with applications capturing the public’s attention and spurring a rush among corporations to build comparable solutions they believe will revolutionize the nature of work.