Google has been working on developing AI-powered solutions that can interact with humans. In a new study, the company showed off how it could improve these capabilities.
LaMDA is a language model that Google previewed during its annual developer conference. It could enable people to have open-ended conversations with their AI.
You can think of LaMDA as a chatbot that can answer a wide variety of topics. It could have a huge impact on the way Google's products are designed.
Sundar Pichai, the CEO of Google, showed off LaMDA, a chatbot that can respond to different types of questions.
It’s also worth noting that while experimenting with LaMDA, Google still doesn’t always produce the results that they intended.
In a statement, Google said that it is working on ways to ensure that LaMDA provides accurate information. Google is also exploring how to make LaMDA’s responses more interesting, as well as ensuring that their factual accuracy is up to par.
LaMDA is a chatbot that learns how to play audio and video clips. Eventually, it could be used in other areas like search and assistant. This feature could allow users to ask Google to provide a specific response or a route that has views of mountains.
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