Google New Messaging App Might Get Augmented with Artificial Intelligence

December 24, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Wouldn’t it be nice to have an AI bot that could address all your queries by means of Google Search? Well, Google is already getting themselves drawn in for the development of such an app.

According to a report from The Wall Street Journal, the Mountain View Company is having its eyes fixed upon the development of a messaging app that would have artificial intelligence strapped in to bond the chat platform with its humungous search database.

The messaging app is reported to be featuring services for both chatbots as well as for normal chats with friends.


A similar guiding process seen in Google Search Engine will be utilized once you decide to get involved with chatbots, from where anything you text will be picked up by the advanced intelligences of these bots; a feature that makes the new app much advanced than of Google Now.

Google queries asked can still get you somewhere close to the answers required, but only if you narrow down your questions to under the learning limit of Google Now. That’s what we believe would be changed with this upcoming app from Google.

It’s also not necessary that each of these bots would appear directly from Google. Google is also calling upon third-party developers to take advantage of the bot services so that they can come up with one of their own.

There’s no word on when the new app would be brought out. But it doesn’t appear far from now. Reports reveal that Google has been working on the app for over a year now. That would mean that the launch deadline could be sometime before next year.

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