: Alphabet’s Google reorganizes Assistant unit


Alphabet Inc.’s GOOGL, -0.88% GOOG, -0.92% Google is restructuring its Assistant unit with plans to “supercharge” the smart assistant with new advancements in generative AI, as well as some job cuts. The latest reshuffling will seek to take advantage of large language model technology for Assistant, Google’s voice-powered software that is similar to Apple Inc.’s AAPL, -0.43% SIri and Amazon.com Inc.’s AMZN, -1.49% Alexa. Peeyush Ranjan, Google’s vice president of engineering at Assistant, made the announcement in an email to employees on Monday, according to a report on CNBC.

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