This week, AI was at the center of Google I/O. The Californian firm is giving itself the means to fight against OpenAI, MidJourney and the others, but will it get there? Give us your opinion in the poll of the week.
This year, the Google I/O conference looked like a Google IA conference. Indeed, if the manufacturer presented some devices, such as the Pixel Fold, the Pixel Tablet or the Pixel 7a, it was around artificial intelligence that the bulk of the presentation was held.
It’s very simple, Google has put artificial intelligence in most of its services, whether it’s the Google Drive suite, Google Messages, Google Photos, Gmail or even its search engine. . A way for the American group to deal with the offensive that has been observed for several months now, notably from OpenAI and its generative text AI, GPT4. It must be said that OpenAI has partnered with Microsoft to directly integrate ChatGPT requests within the Bing search engine itself. Neither one nor two, Google has decided to do the same by offering the results of its own AI tools in its search engine.
Is Google too late?
Nevertheless, while the progress made by generative AIs is measured not on the scale of years, but of weeks, Google seems to be lagging behind in the deployment of its generative AIs. Will the firm be able to upgrade quickly enough to cope with OpenAI and bing as well as other tools like Midjourney or Stable Diffusion?
This week, we wanted to get your impression of Google’s potential in the field of generative AI. In your opinion, the Mountain View firm may win this battle?
Can Google Win the AI Battle?
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