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Google Celebrates its 25th Anniversary with an Ever Growing Commitment to Generative AI

CIO Insider Team | Monday, 4 September, 2023
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The tech giant Google is marking its 25th anniversary with a renewed commitment to participating in the generative AI economy.

On September 4, 1998, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, two computer scientists pursuing PhDs at Stanford University, started the corporation.

The company, which is now a subsidiary of Alphabet and is directed by Indian-born Sundar Pichai, has diversified into a number of tech industries and has introduced a number of products.

Google has established itself as the industry standard for internet search over the years and has grown to provide Gmail, Google Cloud, and a number of other goods.

In 2004, the company had its first public offering (IPO).

Waze was purchased by Google in June 2013 for $966 million. Waze and Google Maps, Google's own mapping service, were effectively integrated thanks to its social elements, such as its crowdsourced location platform.

The company is well-positioned to contribute to the development of the generative AI economy thanks to its experience and resources in AI research and development.

Google was reorganized in 2015 to become a fully owned subsidiary of Alphabet. On October 24, 2015, Pichai was chosen to succeed Page as Google's CEO. Page had previously served as CEO of Alphabet. Pichai was appointed CEO of Alphabet on December 3, 2019, as well.

In the realm of generative AI, Google has been heavily engaged and has made major strides. Google Research, the company's research arm, has been in the forefront of creating new generative AI algorithms and models. In order to improve user experience, generative AI is also used in Google's AI-powered products like Google Photos and Google Assistant.

Google has been investing in research and development as part of its dedication to the generative AI economy. It has partnered with top academic institutions and industry specialists to push the limits of AI technology. The company wants to provide people and companies with AI tools so they can produce engaging and cutting-edge content.

Google is establishing itself as a major participant in the future of content creation by embracing generative AI. The company is well-positioned to contribute to the development of the generative AI economy thanks to its experience and resources in AI research and development.

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