Following ChatGPT’s ‘code red,’ Google plans to demo a version of its search engine with AI chatbot features and launch 20 new products, according to a report

Google appears to be refocusing on AI after issuing a “code red” warning about the rise of ChatGPT in December.

Source reported that the launch of OpenAI’s chatbot had shaken Google out of its routine.

The Times reported that Google plans to unveil more than 20 new products and demo a version of Google Search with AI chatbot features this year, citing a presentation it saw and two people familiar with the plans.

“We continue to test our AI technology internally to ensure it’s helpful and safe,” said Lily Lin, a Google spokesperson. “We look forward to sharing more experiences externally soon.”

She went on to say that Google was thinking about the technology’s broader societal implications.

The introduction of ChatGPT has raised questions about the future of traditional search engines. Microsoft, an OpenAI investor, is reportedly planning to launch a Bing feature that incorporates the ChatGPT technology. According to The Information, it could be released by the end of March.

According to The Information, the goal is to provide users with answers to some searches rather than just displaying relevant links.

Because of concerns about ChatGPT’s inaccurate responses, AI experts, search experts, and current and former Google employees told Insider’s Tom Dotan that it was unlikely to be a replacement for Google search just yet.

According to the Times, Google’s key priorities for the chatbot search demo included safety, combating misinformation, and ensuring factual accuracy.

According to The Information, the goal is to provide users with answers to some searches rather than just displaying relevant links.

Because of concerns about ChatGPT’s inaccurate responses, AI experts, search experts, and current and former Google employees told Insider’s Tom Dotan that it was unlikely to be a replacement for Google search just yet.

According to reports, Google’s key priorities for the chatbot search demo included safety, combating misinformation, and ensuring factual accuracy.

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