Google’s AI-Powered Search Engine Can Now Generate Images, Write Drafts

Google’s AI-powered search feature, Search Generative Experience (SGE), has added new features that allow users to generate images and write drafts of different types of writing. Here are some key details about the new features:

  1. Image Generation: The new feature allows users to create a new image using prompts from a box that appears within the results. This feature is available when you use Google Image search. If you don’t find the photo you need, you’ll be able to create a new image. However, Google is limiting its new image generation feature to users 18 and older due to inappropriate content generated by AI image generation tools.
  2. Draft Writing: SGE’s draft writing feature can output different types of writing, either longer or shorter, or changing the tone to be more serious or more casual. This feature builds on SGE’s ability to serve as a writing assistant. Already, SGE could provide a written draft, something Google integrated with the idea that users may want to write an email to the companies whose ads they found through Search.

The new features come on the heels of a series of rapid-fire updates to SGE as the pace of AI technology development quickens. Over the past few months, SGE has already gained new capabilities to do things like write AI-powered summaries and create definitions of unfamiliar terms, in addition to gaining coding improvements, plus travel and product search features, among other things.

Google’s AI-powered search experience is becoming more advanced with the addition of new features that allow users to generate images and write drafts of different types of writing. These features are designed to make the search experience more efficient and effective for users.