Google has already opened its eyes to the service provided by ChatGPT, artificial intelligence that answers questions asked by users. Irony of life: ChatGPT uses a technology developed by Google itself: LaMDA. This AI is already in its second version and meets one of Google’s proposals.
like the APK Games released last weekGoogle knows that its search model, ethos of your business, you are at risk with what ChatGPT does. However, instead of just copying the service and finding a way to include ads, the company wants the user to use different AIs for each need.
AI for all tastes: call in the chat
LaMDA 2 (acronym for Language Model for Applications in Dialogs), presented in May this year, is an artificial intelligence focused on “talking” with the user. LaMDA detects spaces in user messages to keep the conversation going.
At Google I/O 2021, when the first generation was presented, the company used an AI conversation with a user about Pluto and how to make the best paper airplane as an example.
In the first case, after the human said “that looks nice”, the AI found the space for the “so-so chat”, answering that a trip to Pluto would be worth it and adding the information that it would be necessary to take a case on its own of the Cold.
As for the paper plane, LaMDA explained that the user’s question was subjective, as there are different opinions about which is the best plane – the one that flies further, flies straighter or lands flatter. It then asks which type the user wants.
Unlike an Alexa or Google Assistant skill, LaMDA, like ChatGPT, learns human conversation through machine learning. ” Rather than being programmed to respond in a certain way, LaMDA will “understand” you. So, for example, when you ask Google Assistant which is the biggest freighter in the world, it will give you an answer found in the search — Antonov An-225.
LaMDA, on the other hand, will be able to contextualize the information, saying that the largest was the Antonov An-225 freighter, but that the largest passenger plane is the Airbus A380. And complementing with other cases, such as informing that Stratolaunch is the plane with the largest wingspan in history.
MUM: name indicates its function of saying what to do
The MUM, acronym for Unified Multitasking Model and a pun on “mother” in English, is an AI aimed at making suggestions and delivering the best response to situations that require some comparison. MUM has support for Google Lens🇧🇷
In the example given by Google, the user asks the following question:
I hiked Mount Adams (USA) and want to hike Mount Fiji (Japan) next fall, what should I do differently in preparation?
Asked the question, MUM understands the comparison between the two places and provides information based on the time of year, differences between regions and the route to be taken. AI is able to show related articles for the user to delve deeper into the topic. She is a mother saying “take your jacket, in the autumn it rains a lot in Mount Fiji”.
With the integration to Google Lens, the user can photograph a product and ask for an opinion on whether or not it is suitable for a given situation. In an example shown by Google, an image of a hiking boot is sent to the AI with a question about whether it would be useful for hiking Mount Fiji. With MUM, it is very easy for Google to play ads.
PaLM: want an answer? So take
PaLM, announced in April, is more straightforward with answers, but it’s not just a search engine enhancement. He is able to analyze the questions and provide an adequate answer.
For example, you can ask a question comparing two sentences and asking which one makes more sense or asking him to explain a joke. Another “more playful” way to understand PaLM:
If you ask LaMDA “who was born first? The chicken or the egg”, he will respond and try to continue the conversation if he gives way. PaLM will give the answer, explaining why it was the egg, and that’s it — PaLM Stanley Hudson, LaMDA is Michael Scott🇧🇷 In math problems, PaLM will be able to explain step by step to the answer.
In the image below, an example of the
Stanley PaLM answering which movie describes the group of emojis presented in the question.
With information: 9to5Google