Google unveils new AI model LaMDA, to aid natural conversations with machines
Google says LaMDA, or Language Model for Dialogue Applications, can engage in a free-flowing way about a seemingly endless number of topics, an ability we think could unlock more natural ways of interacting with technology and entirely new categories of helpful applications
NEW DELHI: Google says it has made a new leap in developing conversational artificial intelligence (AI) models, developing a system that can hold its own in natural conversations. The company announced LaMDA during the first day keynote of Google I/O, its yearly developer conference, last night. LaMDA stands for Language Model for Dialogue Applications and aims to replace robotic conversations with AI with more natural dialogues.