Fast Technology May 16 news,Mustafa Sulaiman, co-founder of DeepMind, Google's artificial intelligence subsidiary, recently warned the company that the Internet as we know it will change radically and that "old-fashioned" search will be dead within a decade.
"If I were Google, I would be very worried because the old system is not going to exist in 10 years," Mr Sulaiman said in an interview.
He said,With or without Google, the search experience will evolve into a conversational and interactive one, with huge implications for the future of the Internet and everyone who depends on it for information and a living.
Suleiman co-founded AI company DeepMind with Demis Hassabis and Shane Legg in 2010. After being acquired by Google in 2014, the company went on to develop breakthrough inventions, including AlphaFold, an AI model that can predict the structure of proteins.
Sulaiman left Google a few years ago to co-found a startup called Inflection AI, which recently launched its first product: a personalized chatbot called Pi.
In his last stint at Google, Sulaiman worked on LaMDA, a large language model. He said he and other colleagues tried to use the model to create a conversational, interactive product, but failed to convince Google.