Google is reportedly working on two parallel projects related to its search engine: the first, known internally by the code name Magi, would aim to integrate artificial intelligence-based features into the already online service, while the second would lead to the launch of a completely new platform.
Initially launching the indiscretion was the editorial staff of the New York Times.
Project Magi: AI injection for Google’s engine.
The first initiative, Magi, is expected to be made official as early as next month (perhaps at the I/O 2023 event), with the start of a test phase structured to involve a small group of users.
According to leaks, thanks to the new features introduced, users should be able to complete transactions such as buying a product or booking a trip directly from the service’s interface, without going through third-party sites.
Would be more than 160 employees already working full time to make the vision a reality in the near future. Built-in features would include one that would allow code to be written based on a received request. In a nutshell, something similar to what ChatGPT and other tools in the same category have today.
Traduzione in inglese a cura di Tiziana Origgi, Monica Origgi e Barbara Conforti