Google continues to work on improving generative artificial intelligence. The company plans to introduce Bard neural network into Google search service. This was stated by the CEO of the corporation Sundar Pichai in an interview with The Wall Street Journal.

According to Pichai, the neural network will improve the operation of the service. Users will be able to communicate with the search engine, and the latter will be able to respond to more queries. Also, the system is currently being tested, which will clarify the information issued by the AI at the request of the user.

Regarding the timing of the implementation of innovations, the head of Google did not inform. He only added that the company is developing new technologies to maintain leadership in the field of search engines and competition with Microsoft.

We previously reported that OpenAI’s major ChatGPT update announced later this year could equate artificial intelligence to humans.