Google Bard proved to be underwhelming (and especially the competition) in these first few weeks of operation, as even the company's demo showed incorrect information. Just two weeks after launch Google CEO Sundar Pichai admitted it fell short of ChatGPT and Bing Chat, but that doesn't mean the company is giving up.
In a new interview with The Wall Street Journal, the Google chief revealed that advanced AI tools will be added to the Google Search engine very soon, but he didn't give an exact timeline for their launch. However, he was clear that Google Search users will be able to open conversations with its large language models (LLMs) to get detailed information and richer answers to their searches on any topic.
It's worth noting that the new AI tools will use a new language model called PaLM, whose internal testing has shown exponentially better performance on specific processes such as code writing and translation. But we will also see an AI tool based on the LaMDA language model that is obviously better at responses and creative writing.
It is not excluded that there will be a detailed presentation of the new Google Search AI tools at the upcoming Google I/O 2023 conference to be held on May 10, 2023.