Samsung is reportedly seriously considering switching from Google Search to Bing as the main search engine on its smartphones.

At the same time, it is not yet entirely clear whether the reason for this decision is the empowerment of Bing with the help of artificial intelligence.

Insiders state that Google is concerned about the loss of approximately $3 billion in annual revenue from its partnership with Samsung, thus accelerating the development of its artificial intelligence.

Meanwhile, Google may face a considerable number of problems in its fight against Microsoft’s artificial intelligence. For example, the search giant’s self-developed Bard chatbot was released last month to mixed reviews.

Source: Ferra

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