How to Sign Up For Google’s New AI Search Engine

How to sign up for Google’s new AI search engine. Google just recently launched a new AI search engine. The experimental rail of Google search as you should know competes directly with ChatGPT and Bing AI.

Google’s New AI Search Engine

Google’s New AI Search Engine

Google has just launched Search Generative Experience, or SGE for short, which is an experimental version of Search that integrates artificial intelligence answers directly into results, the company in a blog post on Thursday stated.

And unlike a normal Google Search, which easily brings up a list of blue links, SGE makes use of AI to answer your questions right there on the Google Search webpage. After immediately entering a query in Google Search, a green or blue box will then expand with a novel answer that is generated by Google’s large language model, just like the one that’s currently powering OpenAI’s ChatGPT.

How SGE Works

Google pulls this very information from websites and then links to sources that are used when generating an answer. It’s also very much possible to ask follow-up questions in SGE in a bid to get more precise results.

SGE at the moment is not open to the public and it requires you to sign up directly to Google’s Search Labs. To join the waitlist, quickly click the link here. Search Labs is at the moment available only to just a limited number of people in the US and then in English only, although you can easily join the waitlist. Google when requested for comment on the matter didn’t immediately respond.

The Launch of ChatGPT

With the launch of ChatGPT in the latter parts of the previous year, an AI chatbot that could effectively answer almost any sort of question with a unique answer, companies have been adding generative AI features to their products amid the increased interest of the public. Google in the early parts of this year unveiled Bard, which is an AI chatbot that is very much similar to ChatGPT.

Microsoft then followed up simply by adding ChatGPT directly into Bing, and also inclusive of an AI image generator powered by Dall-E, which is also by OpenAI. AI chatbots are however powered by a large language model, or LLM, which is simply a technology that makes use of a massive set of text data in writing sentences that mimic human language. The model as you should know essentially aims to figure out what the next best word should be when it is generating sentences, which is one process that has been described as “autocomplete on steroids.”

Google I/O Event Announcements

AI as you should was also a core focus in the early parts of this month at Google I/O, the annual developers conference of the search giant, with the term being said over 140 times during the two-hour presentation. Cathy Edwards, the vice president of engineering at Google during I/O, stated that with a standard Google Search, people will have to break up complex queries into multiple questions and then sift through websites for information and then formulate the answer in their heads. But with SGE in question, the AI can do all of that for you.

Step To Join the Waitlist

To be among the first set of individuals to test out Google’s SGE, follow the steps below;

  • First, open the Chrome browser on a computer system and then sign in to your Google account.
  • Proceed to open a new tab in your browser. There will be a labs icon at the top right if it is that Labs is available to you.
  • And if the Labs icon is there, you should click on it and then click on the Join Waitlist tab.

That’s it. You will receive an email immediately Labs becomes available.


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