Google Ventures Startup Lab | GV partner Rick Klau covers the value of setting objectives and key results (OKRs) and how this has been done at Google since 1...
Site moves and changes → https://goo.gle/3OeyqhzIn this episode of #AskGooglebot, John Mueller answers whether or not there is a tool to request Google Searc...
CEO Sundar Pichai tells WIRED that Google’s new, more powerful Gemini chatbot is an experiment in offering users a way to get things done without a search engine. It’s also a direct shot at ChatGPT.
Study finds "search engines seem to lose the cat-and-mouse game that is SEO spam."
Gemma chatbots can run locally, and they reportedly outperform Meta's Llama 2.
Google DeepMind researchers have created an AI system called AlphaGeometry that can solve complex high school geometry problems as well as the average International Mathematical Olympiad gold…
Google's John Mueller had a nice one-liner again on X; he said, "Nobody can guarantee you traffic, sorry." This means you can't say making X changes will result in Y traffic for sure. You can't…
Leaked Internal Google Document Claims Open Source AI Will Outcompete Google and OpenAI
«Research institutions all over the world are building on each other’s work, exploring the solution space in a breadth-first way that far outstrips our own capacity.»
Introducing Bard, Google's experimental conversational AI service powered by LaMDA — plus, new AI features in Search coming soon.
SemiAnalysis published something of a bombshell leaked document this morning: Google “We Have No Moat, And Neither Does OpenAI”. The source of the document is vague: The text below is …
How sewers of lies could spell the end of web search
The government says the tech giant is hiding business documents by misusing attorney-client privilege.
Can a clever SEO-bait name outsmart Google?
The last 25 years of Google’s history can be boiled down to a battle against the Google bomb. Is the search engine finally losing to its hijackers?
The 10 blue links aren’t gone, but AI is pushing them down the page.
What ails Google. And how it can turn things around.
The buzz around AI has moved from science research to chatbots, but Google DeepMind’s CEO says it’s all relevant to progress.
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