Google AI summarizer is here to save the day for all online researchers or should we say content writers. Researching various articles and blogs is a tedious task. It certainly takes up a lot of time and effort. And let’s face it, in today’s time AI has made it super easy for us, to get our tasks done in time. But the latest Google tool is here to make the process easier for you. If you want to learn how to get control on AI extensions to summarize articles, you might want to read this blog till the last line. Before we get into details, here is the big update: 3 months ago Google launched its AI-powered Search Generative Experience (SGE) to easily summarize search queries for its users. So far, the feature has received positive response and here is how it works.
What is an AI Summarizer ?
We don’t need to start with answering the basics such as “ What is Google AI”? The world knows how active Google has been participating in the world of artificial intelligence. With that said, here are the details you want to learn about Google's latest exclusive feature. Google has launched an AI summary tool that allows you to access quick points of your search queries. While investing in the AI industry, the tech giant revealed in its blogs that users can simply take out key points with a simple tap, while searching for certain subjects. Furthermore, the AI will allow you to click on the link and jump to the specific part to provide you with better understanding.This latest tool is a feature of SGE which is designed to enhance user experience. However, Google clearly states that the tool is only applicable for content that is open for public. It further explains that the user might be unable to receive Google summary for content that is paywalled. This means, content that is available only with a subscription or a payment, won't be summarized by its latest AI tool. For now Search Generative Experience is available to limited people. In order to access it, you must have access to Search Labs by Google. For now, the Search Labs are only active in the US. However, you can join the waitlist, in order to be part of it in the near future.
How AI works in Google?
In order to deliver accurate information, the search engine pulls out information from websites and links to the main sources. Asking follow-up questions is a possibility too. With the launch of SGE, it is being suggested, it could change the game for Google’s latest rival Open AI’s ChatGPT. Although Google did not pass any comment on such rumors, some months ago, the search engine did release its latest AI chatbot Bard, to deliver more efficient content to its users. But the competition toughen up when Microsoft joined the competition adding ChatGPT into Bing and later releasing an efficient AI image generator. Such developments have created challenges for Bard and it has not been able to perform as accurately as its competitors. At the I/O event earlier this year, Cathy Edwards, Vice President of Engineering at Google, said that people often struggle while researching for queries with a standard Google Search, however it will be all changed with Google AI summarizer.
How to Join Google Search Lab Waitlist?
Here the steps you need to follow, in order to join the waitlist for Google Search Labs:
· Open the Chrome Browser on desktop or the Google App on your mobile.
· Sign in to your Google account.
· Open a tab in your browser ( Make sure you are not in incognito mode).
· You can spot a Labs icon at the top right if it is available to you.
· If the Lab icon is there, simply click it and then click on Waitlist.
Other Functions of Search Generative Experience
SGE is an important part of Search Labs and has plenty of experimental features such as Code Tips. Code tips provides you with helpful coding suggestions, directly into the search bar. Similarly Add to Sheets, is another feature that displays relevant data in the search, that is available in Google sheets. If you are able to SGE then Google will want you to accept its privacy notice, as during the experimental runs, your data may be viewed by humans. Lastly, it strongly suggests you to not rely on the AI generated information for medical or legal advice, completely, as it may not be 100% accurate.