Will Google Chrome include a chatbot by the end of 2024?
May 19

Something a-la ChatGPT, as in it has to be able to conversational and open domain. Google Assistant doesn't count primarily because you can't ask it stuff like "write a Shakespearean sonnet about Bill Gates".

Has to be accessible from google.com homepage. Has to be open to general public, and easily accessible from Google search home page. Not something you have to get whitelisted for, be in a small experiment or meticulously look for in some settings dialog.

Separate app counts, as long as it's promoted on Google.com homepage to the general public. "Random 1% of users get an invite" doesn't count. "All US users get access but it's not in other locales" does count.

If Assistant (as it's integrated into phones, smart speakers etc.) were to just quietly get this capability, but it weren't promoted on Google.com, that wouldn't count. If it were promoted, it would.

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@MickBransfield I feel like the Help Me Write feature may count depending on their final implementation, but even if not, it's clear from this blog post there is a lot more coming in 2024 so I think this question will likely resolve YES sometime soon.

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@MickBransfield Yes I think it would count. But needs to be in the mainstream Chrome and not Chromium or Chrome beta. I have all three and most features implemented in the latter two never make it to the base Chrome. Lots of 2024 left though!

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@MickBransfield I guess Chromium is now called Canary.

Does it count if Google Search has a chatbot, and Chrome exposes it in its UI?

What is the resolution criteria here?

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