Google AI In Search Gets Easier With These 3 New Features

As we already know, Artificial Intelligence AI can generate texts, images, photos or other media in reply to prompts. Now, AI is getting its new update, in which three new features have been included in it to add four moons to its speciality. Now the users can easily overview and get more visual ways to find information about the query they have entered. 

 Already AI is giving users every possible facility, which has made their lives comfortable and easy. But now three new changes have come up for convenience. In this article, let’s gossip about these new changes;

  • Easy Way To Understand Through Images And Videos: 

Sometimes it becomes difficult to understand just by looking at the photos that come on searching for something, but now to avoid this problem, AI is getting a new change in which the images are overviewed by AI power. 

  • Quickly Get AI-Powered Overviews: 

There are such situations when users search for something, and they need that related information immediately without any delay. For instance, if somebody is searching for the location of the hospital in an emergency. So the second improvement includes reducing the period to generate an AI overview by half. 

  • Learn More When Something Catches User’s Interest:

Now the users will get to know more quickly about the query they have entered. It will now display the publish date of the links and offer all the information regarding the query, which will help in a better and clear understanding. 

However, these are tiny changes but surely will help understand the users as much as possible fastest and easiest. Also, this will enhance the user’s experience.

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Jurin Charnvirakul

Jurin Charnvirakul has been a part-time editor at RM Update since 2020, and full-time since 2021. Now, focus your articles on buying guides, tutorials, offer recommendations and product analysis. Graduated in Journalism Communication.

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