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Google Search results will soon display AI generated content

Google just held its I/O 2023 event, where a large amount of time was dedicated to how AI will boost the company's many platforms. Gmail, for example, is going to be able to write more detailed emails that may help you get refunds on canceled flights. Google Bard, the company's own generative AI, will integrate itself into multiple first-party apps like those on Workspace.

However, one of the more interesting parts of the presentation has to be SGE, or Search Generative Experience. This is the long-awaited generative AI update that will be coming to Google Search, giving Microsoft's Bing a new challenger. Despite the boost to Bing, Microsoft still hasn't been able to close the gap over its rival, and in the future it looks like that gap will even grow bigger.

Below is a list detailing all of the new ways SGE will change Google Search later this year.


Data from Microsoft's latest Work Trend Index shows that workers are set to embrace the benefits AI can offer to help boost innovation and eliminate productivity disrupters.

AI is set to completely transform the way people work, helping to reduce burnout and increase productivity - and workers are ready to embrace the change, according to Microsoft's latest Work Trend Index.

To compile its latest report, Microsoft surveyed 31,000 people in 31 countries and analyzed trillions of Microsoft 365 productivity signals, along with labor trends from the LinkedIn Economic Graph. This resulted in three key findings: an abundance of digital notifications is hampering innovation, employees want AI to help lessen their workloads, and employees at all levels of a business should be given training to help them best leverage AI.

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