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Google's new AI Search is rolling out to US users

2023-05-29 16:42 by


Google has announced that its search bar will now feature a generative artificial intelligence (AI) if you live in the United States. Called "Google Search Generative Experience," or SGE for short, rollouts for it began on the morning of May 25. Not only that, but Google Search users will also get access to Google's "Search Labs" too. But you'll need to sign up for a waiting list to be one of the first users of the new services.

SGE and the rest of the Search Labs experiments will be available for a limited time only. It's unknown for how long, so we asked Google for more information.

At Google I/O, the tech giant announced some long awaited generative AI upgrades to its platforms, including Google Search. The new Search with AI will include AI-powered snapshots useful for everyday queries, shopping and more.

Users can interact with the AI by asking follow-up questions or choosing from the suggested actions to learn more. The AI also provides links to the sources of the information, so users can verify its accuracy and see how the AI selected the pages for review. They can also use SGE to discover a range of products and things to consider while shopping.

Google says that these features are only being made available to users in the US for now.

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