AI-Boosted Image Generation
Google’s Search Generative Experience (SGE) is now leveling up with image generation abilities. Users can use prompts to generate photos, drawings, or paintings directly within SGE.
Upon entering a prompt, SGE showcases four image results. Users can either download the images or adjust the prompt for new outputs.
This is all powered by Google’s Imagen text-to-image model.
Quick Tip: The same capability will also be incorporated in Google Image search. If the desired image isn’t found, users can easily create one using prompts.
With prior mishaps in AI-generated images, Google limits this feature to those 18 and above.
Google’s stringent filtering mechanisms aim to dodge the creation of harmful or misleading content.
Photorealistic faces and notable personalities are off-limits to prevent misinformation.
Remember: Despite these safeguards, nothing’s perfect. Google has added a feedback feature for users to report any anomalies or misuse.
Bonus: Writing can be exported directly to Google Workspace apps like Gmail or Google Docs.
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Starting tomorrow, a subset of SGE users will enjoy these features, with a broader rollout in the upcoming weeks.
Initially, these functionalities are limited to English users in the U.S., despite SGE’s recent expansions to India and Japan.
Note: To access these enhancements, users must opt into SGE through Google Search Labs.
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