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Google Brings Generative AI Search to Teenagers

Google's generative AI search experience, Search Generative Experience (SGE), is now available to teenagers, giving them access to a more engaging and informative way to search the web.

Google Search Generative Experience (SGE) now available to teenagers.

Google is opening up its generative AI search experience, Search Generative Experience (SGE), to teenagers, the company announced on Thursday. SGE is a new way to search the web that uses generative AI to create new text, translate languages, write different kinds of creative content, and answer your questions in an informative way.

Google says that SGE can be used by teenagers to learn new things, explore their interests, and be more creative. For example, a student could use SGE to generate a summary of a complex topic, translate a foreign language article, or write a poem or song.

SGE is currently available to teenagers in the United States, and Google says that it will be rolling out to more countries in the coming months. To sign up for SGE, teenagers can visit the Search Labs page in the Google app or on Chrome desktop.

How SGE Works

SGE uses a variety of generative AI techniques to create new content. For example, it can use a technique called natural language processing (NLP) to understand the meaning of your query and generate a response that is both informative and relevant. SGE can also use a technique called machine translation to translate text from one language to another.

Benefits of SGE for Teenagers

SGE offers a number of benefits for teenagers, including:

  • More engaging and informative search results: SGE can generate search results that are more engaging and informative than traditional search results. For example, instead of simply providing a list of links to websites, SGE can generate a summary of the information that you are looking for, or provide you with a step-by-step guide on how to do something.
  • Personalized learning experience: SGE can be used to create a personalized learning experience for each teenager. For example, SGE can recommend learning resources that are tailored to the teenager's interests and abilities.
  • More creative expression: SGE can be used to help teenagers express themselves creatively. For example, SGE can be used to generate poems, songs, stories, and other creative content.

Overall, Google's decision to open up SGE to teenagers is a positive development. SGE has the potential to make learning more engaging and informative, and it can also help teenagers to express themselves creatively.