Google Introduces AI-Powered Search Feature in India and Japan
Google has announced the introduction of generative artificial intelligence (AI) to its Search tool in India and Japan.
This feature, which was initially launched in the United States, will now be available to users in these two countries. Users will have the option to opt in for this new feature.
In Japan, users will be able to utilise the AI-powered search feature in their local languages, while in India, it will be available in English and Hindi.
It's important to note that Google's AI search feature is primarily designed for seeking information, such as finding products to purchase. This feature differs from Google's chatbot Bard, which is capable of engaging in human-like conversations and generating software code.
Google's AI search feature competes directly with Microsoft's Bing search engine.
Google has introduced generative AI to its Search tool in India and Japan.
The feature was initially launched in the United States and has now been rolled out in these two countries.
Users have the option to opt in for the AI-powered search feature.
In Japan, the feature can be used in local languages, while in India, it is available in English and Hindi.