Google will use generative artificial intelligence support for Search results…


During the Google I/O 2023 keynote, as expected It announced plans to add productive artificial intelligence features to its search service. These features are now available without the waiting list. The Bard chatbot will offer different features from its artificial intelligence.

Google’s blog post states that the new features will be tested in Search Labs before being rolled out to all users. So it’s not open yet. The use of generative AI will allow users to type more complete search prompts.

As stated in the post “Which is better for a family with children under 3 and a dog, Bryce canyon or Arches?’ Let’s take a question like: Normally, you can break this single question into smaller questions, sort through the available information, and try to put the pieces together yourself. With productive AI, Search can do some of that work for you. You’ll see an AI-powered snapshot of key information to consider and links to dig deeper.” Bryce canyon and Arches are two national parks in the USA.

More details on online shopping

New AI features will also let you see more details when shopping for an item: “When searching for a product, you will see a snapshot of key factors to consider and products that fit your purpose. You’ll also get product descriptions with relevant, up-to-date reviews, ratings, prices, and product images.

In another blog post, Google has introduced a new tool for Search designed to help people learn from the thoughts of others. perspectives He also mentions the feature:Let’s say you move to another part of the country and you don’t know anyone living there yet. You can search for ‘how to make friends in a new city’ and tap the Perspectives filter, which shows a results page with advice from other people, such as personal stories told through video or tips from commenters in a forum thread.


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