A new health care search engine may be on the horizon, and it may have the power to improve search engine performance.
According to Reuters, Google, which is owned by Alphabet Inc., is working on a new “health search engine.”
Reuters describes Google as a “leading global search engine” that will use artificial intelligence, artificial intelligence tools, machine learning, and other technologies to help “improve the quality of health care searches across the world.”
The announcement came a day after Google announced that it was “investing in artificial intelligence research” to improve the search engine.
The company previously announced a “health care search platform” called “Google Health.”
Google Health will help health care organizations create better search results, according to Reuters.
Google Health is currently in the works, and the company’s “health searches” team is working with medical organizations to create new “experimental medical search services,” Reuters reports.
The Google Health team will work on a “mobile search engine,” according to the announcement.
Google has already built a search engine that can help doctors find doctors in a hospital, and another that will help medical students find medical schools.
Google is not alone in working on artificial intelligence-powered health search.
Facebook Inc. also announced a search technology called “Goggles.”
Facebook has also launched its own health search service.
Google’s announcement comes a day before the Health Care Information Network Association, which represents health care professionals, holds its annual conference.
Google also has been working on its own artificial intelligence tool.
Google recently announced a $1 billion investment in the AI company Neuralink.
Facebook has already invested in Neuralink, but it’s not clear if Neuralink will be a competitor to Google Health.
The Health Care Network Association also announced its conference on Wednesday.