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Google is working on an artificially intelligent messaging app, report says

Google may have a new artificial intelligence project in the works. The company is working on a new messaging app that uses artificial intelligence to provide users with answers to search queries, according to a new report. See also: What to expect from Google in 2016 Details on exactly how the messaging service would work are slim but chatbots could play a significant role, according to The Wall Street Journal who first reported the plans.
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