Google appears to be renewing its focus on AI after issuing a

Google plans to demo a version of its search engine with AI chatbot features and launch 20 new products, following ChatGPT 'code red,' report says

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2023-01-24 13:00:16

Google appears to be renewing its focus on AI after issuing a "code red" over the rise of ChatGPT in December.  The New York Times reported that Google had been shaken out of its routine, following the launch of OpenAI's chatbot. Google plans to unveil more than 20 new products and demo a version of Google Search with AI chatbot features this year, The Times reported, citing a presentation it had seen and two people familiar with the plans.

Representatives for Google did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment made outside of normal working hours. A spokesperson for the company told The Times: "We continue to test our AI technology internally to make sure it's helpful and safe, and we look forward to sharing more experiences externally soon."

The launch of ChatGPT has sparked concerns about the future of traditional search engines. Microsoft, an investor in OpenAI, is reportedly planning to launch a Bing feature that incorporates the tech behind ChatGPT. It could surface by the end of March, The Information reported.

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