Google is getting into the generative AI trend by incorporating it into its own search results as part of its recently public Search Labs with Search Generation Experience (SGE). Now Google appears to be experimenting with drag and drop functionality for Google’s Android Search app.
According to a new video posted by a Telegram user @theoj22 via unofficial google newsgroups (by android police), this new feature is still under development and not available to the public. But you can still see how it works, by long-pressing a link, a piece of text or an image, the user is prompted to drop results into the “drag here to start” search box.
From there, search results appear instantly. Or at least that’s the concept, because for most people, if you try it now, Google Lens will try to turn on, but nothing else will happen.
Google’s AI isn’t very good either
Once this new drag-and-drop feature properly debuts, it could really be a search game-changer. However, not everything at SGE is butterflies and rainbows.
The first real danger is how Google plans to integrate generative AI go directly to its search results, which will populate the top positions with these answers and “sources,” while pushing links to verified and currently top-ranking sites down closer to the bottom.this is a can Absolutely Killing Digital News As we know, because these sites need high Google search rankings to gain visibility, and most importantly, revenue to continue operating.
The second is how Google Bard will get Adobe-powered AI image generator, and you can already guess why this is a bad thing.But if not, it means the image generator will be plagiarizing art already online to train its AI translator, which is rapidly becoming a huge copyright issue.
It’s not all bad, as Mozilla Firefox’s recent initiative – Responsible AI Challenge – Programs created by the top three entrants that will hold the AI accountable in various ways have been awarded.If only more tech companies would focus on tangible solutions and proper regulation like this instead Creating False Panic Around Artificial Intelligence Turn all of us into paperclips to distract from its real problems, and we have little to worry about Google or any other AI application.