To counter Microsoft’s lead with Bing AI, Google is rolling out the generative search experience. This trial version of the search engine provides AI-generated responses and source links.
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Google is pulling the big oars to try to catch up with Microsoft with Bing AI and ChatGPT. To do this, the internet giant has just announced on his blog the arrival of Research generating experience, or EMS. It is an experimental version of the search engine driven by answers generated by artificial intelligence. With SGE, instead of a list of web page links like ChatGPT, the AI will answer questions in a green or blue box in natural language and add links pointing to the sources you used. It is possible to refine the answers by talking to this chatbot. To access the SGE, you must first register. It should be noted that, at the moment, the tool is only available in the United States and in English for a limited number of users. But, as with Bard, it is possible to put yourself on a waiting list.
Once logged in to your Google account, in the Chrome browser, you need to click on this link to check if you are eligible for this trial. You may immediately see a message that this program is not yet available for your account. However, if eligible, an icon laboratories is displayed and by clicking on it you can join the waiting list. As for Bard, as soon as the tool is available, a confirmation email is sent. through the Gmail. As Google had indicated during its I/O conference, other experimental features are available in this “Lab”. This is the particular case of the code generator accessible directly from the search engine or the integration of AI in Google Sheets.