Google and Meta moved cautiously on AI. Then came OpenAI’s ChatGPT. .

It looks like Google has finally caved to the pressure from its users to modernize its search engine. Yesterday, the company announced the incorporation of a new “ChatGap” feature that would allow people to communicate with Google directly.

This major change follows a series of complaints from users, who argued that the lack of communication with the search engine was limiting their ability to get tailored search results.

The new feature will be available to all users, regardless of the device they’re using. Users can trigger the feature simply by entering a keyword or phrase into the search bar. From there, users can communicate directly with Google and receive tailored answers to their questions.

While this isn’t the first time Google has added a chat function to its search engine, it is the first time the feature will be integrated into the search bar itself, allowing users to have direct contact with the search engine.

This new development is sure to be a welcome addition to the lives of many Google users, who have been requesting this sort of feature for years. We’re sure they’ll be thrilled to finally be able to speak to Google directly and get the answers they need in a timely manner.

So, the next time you feel like talking to your favorite search engine, feel free to reach out and say hello! Who knows what Google might have to share with you!






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