since recently Combine Google Research with DeepMind’s Brain Team Google CEO Sundar Pichai said on Alphabet’s website that even when consolidated into one unit, it still aims to develop AI systems with a “safe and responsible” approach. rice field. 1st Quarter Financial Results Briefing.
The company has also lived up to its commitment to “invest responsibly and with discipline,” and according to its CEO, machine learning will help it work “faster,” in a more cost-effective manner. It’s one of the main areas we’re doing.
“We are making significant multi-year efforts to generate savings, including improving machine utilization and finding more scalable and efficient ways to train and serve machine learning models. Servers are redistributing underutilized workloads and equipment to make data centers more efficient As we continue to invest heavily in infrastructure to facilitate many AI opportunities, This is important work.”
The companybardConversational AI in March made progress such as adding the PaLM model to Bard with the integration of the DeepMind and Brain teams. This API allows Bard to assist with programming and development related tasks, including code generation.
Pichai said on the April 25 earnings call that Google also Palm API And new MakerSuite tools for developers give developers access to the company’s large language models and start building new generative AI applications. he added:
“Many organizations are using large-scale language models for generative AI across the Google Cloud platform, Google Workspace, and cybersecurity services.”
Pichai said the company has added generative AI to its cloud offerings and made them available to cloud customers, making Google the only cloud provider with NVIDIA’s new L4 Tensor Core GPUs and new G2 virtual machines. said it is. Inference AI workloads such as generative AI. ”
Alphabet posted revenue of $7.45 billion in the Google Cloud segment in Q1 2023, up from $5.82 billion in the same period last year. Pichai noted that 60% of his 1,000 largest companies in the world are Google Cloud customers.
New experiences in search and beyond
The CEO said that as Google develops and evolves its AI capabilities, it aims to “unlock whole new experiences in search and beyond.”
Responding to a question from JP Morgan’s Douglas Anmuth about integrating Bard into its search product, Pichai said that while the company launched Bard as a complementary product to search, it “used its large-scale language model (LLM) experience to He said he hopes to bring “more native to search.”
However, he said the company plans to roll out such experiences in an “incremental manner” to test, create and innovate.
“Overall, I think it can be applied to a wide range of queries. So I think those are opportunities, but even the existing query categories have the opportunity to do the heavy lifting for you, and you can use AI to better guide them. I think you’ll find that we’re exploring these directions as well, and we’re just getting started, but I think there’s a lot of innovation to come.”
Pichai expressed excitement about how AI can help people and businesses, and the company shared an update at Google I/O on how it’s using AI across its products, including Pixel devices. and said it would also share some new developments for Android.
“We have used AI to make knowledge accessible in powerful ways. We will continue to embrace advances in generative AI to improve search in thoughtful and purposeful ways. is guided by data and years of experience about what people want and our high standards of quality. Now that we know, we will continue to test and iterate.”