‘SGE while surfing’ is the name of this planned Google Chrome feature.
Google is gradually introducing a new version of its Google Chrome browser driven by AI that is targeted at readers. The most widely used online browser in the world is getting a new AI-powered function dubbed Search Generative Experience (SGE). According to the corporation, mobile users will initially begin to receive it gradually. SGE will be able to summarize web content, removing the need to read through lengthy articles and cutting down on screen time. Google claims that this function is still in the “early experiment” stage, which is why it is being gradually made available to consumers.
‘SGE while surfing’ is the name of this planned Google Chrome feature. The function aims to use AI to produce essential points for publications published online and made available without a paywall.
“‘SGE while browsing’ was created especially to support deeper engagement with publishers’ and creators’ long-form content. When you hover your cursor over a word, a preview definition and any associated diagrams or visuals will appear. You can view suggested code snippets for typical jobs and obtain how-to answers, according to Rany Ng, Google VP of Product Management (Search), in an official blog post.
The three-month-old function is initially being made available via the Google app for Android and iOS. In the upcoming days, Chrome desktop users will start receiving it.
How to register for Search Labs early access to Google’s latest AI features
1) On your desktop or mobile device, update the Google Chrome application.
2) Use Google Chrome to visit the Google Search Labs website.
3) Choose to participate in the standalone experiment that is accessible for the “SGE while browsing” function.
For the time being, the SGE function will also offer AI inputs and explanations for programming languages and tools in addition to summarizing text articles. The internet giant has also asked users who test this functionality through Search Labs for feedback.
The business introduced useful new AI capabilities earlier this year, including an app for schools, a Duet AI tool for Workspace apps like Google Docs, and new tools centered around its search service. Since many of these new features are still in public preview, they might not function as effectively as they could.