From CNET: Google is expanding access to its generative artificial intelligence-powered search experience, or SGE, opening it up to teens aged 13 to 17, the company said Thursday in a blog post. Beginning this week, if you're between 13 and 17 and are signed in to a Google account, you can sign up for the company's Search Labs, which will include access to SGE.
"Generative AI can help younger people ask questions they couldn't typically get answered by a search engine and pose follow-up questions to help them dig deeper," the company said in the post.
According to Google, users aged 18 to 24 who currently have access to SGE "are finding this experience especially useful. They've given us particularly positive feedback about how these capabilities make it possible to search for information in a more conversational, natural way, and ask follow-up questions."
Both SGE in search and SGE while browsing can be turned on or off from the Google Search Labs home page.
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