Google has opened up access to its Search Labs test program allowing users to experience the upcoming search engine update with the most notable change being Search Generative Experience, or SGE.
To be clear, Search Labs is not technically open to the public as you will first have to join a waiting list. If you’ve already signed up, be sure to check your email account for a file Invitation from Google It is also currently being rolled out. Don’t worry if you don’t log in as there is still space left in the queue on both desktop and mobile.
To join on desktop, you first need to install Google Chrome on your computer. From there, head to Research Labs website, select Join queue, and wait for the invitation to arrive. On mobile devices, launch the Google app. You should see the Science Trophy icon in the upper left corner of the screen. Just like before, select Join Queue and then wait for the invitation. Search Labs is available on both iOS and Android, so no one is left out. Install the latest app update if you don’t see the icon.
For a limited time only
Unless you are a Google One Premium subscriber, it may take some time for you to receive an invite. a Latest report from 9To5Google It states that Premium subscribers get “priority access” to Search Labs, though it “will not be immediate.” Access points are “limited” for now, but more will open over the “coming weeks.”
But once you get the invite, act fast. It will be SGE and the rest of the research lab experiments Available for a limited time only. It is not known for how long, so we asked Google for more information. This story will be updated if we hear back.
There has been a fair amount of hype surrounding SGE since it was first revealed During I/O 2023. The technology essentially improves Google Search to provide long, detailed responses to queries by taking context into account. It could be totally fine Changing the way people use the search engine.
For the lucky few who got early access to SGE, Google He recommends starting with simple statements so you can get a feel for how AI works. Once you get a feel for it, try entering more specific queries. One distinct use case for SGE is helping people shop. The AI can generate a detailed list of features, reviews, price points, and even a link to the product itself.
In addition to Google’s advice, we have some of our own because we’ve used multiple AI models bing to Courageous summary. One of the things we’ve learned is that generative AI systems can hallucinate, which means they come up with completely false information that bears no resemblance to reality. Don’t always believe what you read. Think of what you enter as AI systems preserving the information you type. In fact, some major tech companies, like Samsung, have banned their employees from using ChatGPT after some sensitive information was leaked.
Google I/O 2023 revealed much more than just the tech giant’s AI tools. Make sure you check out TechRadar coverage of the event as it happened.