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Google AI Search Expands Globally with New Features

Summary

Google AI Search, known as Search Generative Experience (SGE), is now available to users worldwide. After its premiere at the I/O 2023 event, the company announced that SGE has expanded support to 120 countries and territories, introducing four new languages […]

Google AI Search Expands Globally with New Features

Google AI Search, known as Search Generative Experience (SGE), is now available to users worldwide. After its premiere at the I/O 2023 event, the company announced that SGE has expanded support to 120 countries and territories, introducing four new languages and several additional features.

This new feature allows users to obtain AI-generated summaries at the top of the search results page, making them faster and more accessible. Users around the world can now use this functionality on their Chrome desktop devices, while the Search Labs version for the Android application will be introduced over the next week.

Furthermore, an enhanced feature of additional search enables users to ask additional questions to the assistant directly on the search results page. This allows users to explore specific topics without leaving the results page or entering additional queries.

Google also plans to expand interactive definitions to educational topics such as science, history, economics, as well as coding and health-related searches. This upgrade will be available to users in the United States in the next month, and will later expand to more countries.

FAQ:

Q: Which languages does AI Search on Google Search support?

A: AI Search on Google Search now supports English, Hindi, Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, Korean, and Indonesian language.

Q: How does the additional search feature work?

A: The additional search feature allows users to ask additional questions to the assistant directly on the search results page.

Q: What upgrades can we expect in the future?

A: Google plans to expand interactive definitions to educational topics and coding and health-related searches.

Sources:
– Google.com