Google Chrome Gains AI Including Writing Helper, Tab Organizer, and Theme Creator

Google Chrome Gains AI Including

The most recent version of Google’s Chrome web browser includes artificial intelligence (AI) technologies. The company today said that Chrome for Mac and Windows would soon get three new AI-powered features: the ability to intelligently arrange your tabs, personalize your theme, and receive assistance when producing content for the web, such as forum posts and online reviews.

The latter has a similarity to a function that is already included in Google’s experimental AI search experience, known as SGE (Search Generative Experience), which enables users to receive assistance in crafting emails in various lengths and tones, such as formal or informal.

Google proposes that users use the built-in writing tool in Chrome to write a variety of things, such as company evaluations, “craft a friendly RSVP to a party,” or a more official query about a holiday rental. Users may even write articles in public venues, such as online forums.

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With the next Chrome update, users will be able to make use of the still-in-development functionality by selecting “help me write” when they right-click on a text field or text box on the internet. You’ll write a few words to begin, and Google’s AI will assist you from there.

AI may be used not only as writing assistance but also to customize your browser and arrange tab groups.

Those who have a lot of tabs open can manage them by grouping them using Chrome’s Tab Groups function. But as the business notes, curating them may be a labor-intensive process. Based on the tabs you currently have open, Chrome will automatically propose and form groups using the new Tab Organizer. To access this function, right-click on a tab and choose “Organize Similar Tabs.” To facilitate finding the tab groups it generates, Chrome will also recommend names and emoticons for them. This function is meant to help users who frequently keep several tabs open while researching, shopping, arranging trips, or performing other online duties.

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The last enhancement is a reflection of the recently released generative AI wallpaper experience for Pixel and Android 14 devices. Google will now enable users to create personalized themes for their Chrome browser by utilizing the same text-to-image diffusion methodology. The feature lets you create these themes based on subject, mood, visual style, and color by accessing the “Customize Chrome” side panel, clicking “Change theme,” and then choosing the new “Create with AI” option. Previously, Chrome provided a selection of vibrant yet basic themes in addition to those from artists; now, with this capability, users will be able to go beyond the pre-made options to design a theme that more closely reflects their style right now.

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Even if customers wind up going back to a more straightforward theme for daily usage, the functionality at least enables them to test-drive Google’s generative AI for customization, even though a crowded theme might be irritating.

Google includes that the other improvements, such as the tab organizer and AI theme designer, will roll out over the next few days in the U.S. on both Mac and Windows with the current Chrome release (M121), but the drafting function won’t be available until next month’s Chrome release. You must log into Chrome, choose “Settings” from the three-dot menu, and then go to the “Experimental AI” page to use these capabilities. The business emphasizes that at this moment, the features are experimental and will not be shipped to enterprise or educational users.

In the upcoming year, Google plans to enhance Chrome with further AI and ML capabilities, such as integrations with its recently developed AI model, Gemini, which will facilitate quicker online browsing.

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