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7 ways to use AI to boost your Google searches



We who have been using Google Search for years are familiar with the process. When you enter your search term or word at the prompt, thousands or perhaps hundreds of thousands of links to relevant webpages will appear in the results. However, who has the time to visit each of those links? Fortunately, you can now use a significant amount of artificial intelligence (AI) to narrow and fine-tune your Google searches.

With Google's latest tactics, you can now request an AI Overview that provides a summary of the outcomes. You can ask for suggestions for presents, activities, or movies and TV series to watch. You can request assistance with creating code and other types of material.

You can also request additional artwork and pictures. Additionally, you can see an article or other page that is displayed in your browser's side panel by using the Google Search side panel. A Chrome browser and a Google account are all you need. Here's how you get started.

1. Turn on the AI Tools

To accomplish this, launch Chrome on your computer and navigate to the Google Labs Search page. Click the "AI Overviews and more" and "AI tools while browsing" Turn on buttons after swiping down to the AI Experiments section.

2. For any search, obtain an AI overview

The AI Overview is the first feature you should try. Open the Google search page and type your query into the box. To discover the proper kind, you might need to try a few different searches as this doesn't work with all queries. Typing a question in place of a word or term is your best option. An AI Overview ought to appear at the top of the search results as a result. To bring up the Overview, click the Generate button if it doesn't open automatically.

Usually, the material is summarized in one or more paragraphs in the Overview. Additionally, you might view related pictures or videos.

3. Examine the sources

To view the name of the source that was used, click the down arrow at the end of any paragraph. Any source's webpage with the pertinent information marked can be seen by clicking on the link. To see more information about a source, click the three dots icon.

4. Get recommendations

You can focus your request to get suggestions for particular products. Perhaps you're trying to find the ideal present for a certain person. Perhaps you would want a list of activities to do in a new city that you are visiting. Perhaps you're looking for something to watch on TV or in the movies for a calm evening at home.

Enter your request in the search field based on the information you're looking for. In exchange, Google's AI Overview need should provide a few, ideally beneficial suggestions.

5. Produce code or additional material

Asking Google to create content for you is the name of the game when it comes to generative AI. Almost any kind of content can be requested, including computer code, essays, poems, haiku, and stories. Give Google the details of the material you want to generate, then watch what it comes up with.

6. Make an image request

You can next request that Google create an image. Describe the kind of image you want at the prompt. Additionally, you can choose a style, such anime or photorealistic. Google responds by displaying two or more photos. You may edit, share, and export an image by just clicking on it.

7. Obtain a page synopsis

Lastly, you can ask for an AI-generated synopsis of a large number of webpages and publications. Go to the page you want to view summarized to use this function. On the toolbar, click the G symbol. Click the Generate button when the sidebar displays. A synopsis of the content on the current page is now displayed to you. To learn more about the subject, you can also choose from any of the linked searches.