To catch up on the competition with messaging, Google is reportedly planning a Messenger who can answer questions by means of artificial intelligence.
Google wants to make stronger competition, Facebook Messenger market media reports. The subsidiary of the parent company develop alphabet a new messaging app for smartphones and tablets, reported the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the matter.
Google may use also the findings of the group in the field of artificial intelligence and integrating communication programs, answer questions, and to consult the Web or other sources. It was unclear when the offer on the market come. Google wanted to take no position. Currently, the Messenger app of Facebook is particularly popular.The social network is actively used monthly by more than 1.5 billion members.