In addition to enabling users to conduct multisearch on images on the search results page, Google is expanding local multisearch on a global scale.
Google Lens will soon be used by Android phones to conduct visual searches of anything displayed on the screen.
Google is concentrating on enhancing the AI features that already make Search such a good product, whereas Microsoft may be ready to give Bing the ChatGPT treatment.
Google has announced new Lens features, making it simpler to search for the items on your phone screen, in addition to updates to Google Translate. In this manner, users will be able to launch Google Assistant and choose the “Search screen” option regardless of what is displayed on their display.
To recognize images on your screen, including photos, videos, and more, this feature ought to function across a variety of apps and websites. In the upcoming months, “Search your screen” will be accessible on Android phones all over the world.
Additionally, Google is making some changes to the multisearch feature to allow for more precise searches. Users can use the feature to search for items using a combination of text and images to narrow down their search and find exactly what they need. The feature is accessible in nations where Lens is offered, but the more recent local search feature is only available to English-speaking users in the US.
Local search will become more widespread worldwide in the upcoming months.
Additionally, users will have access to multisearch across images that appear in search results. Additionally, Google now lets users add more descriptors to their searches, such as shapes, making it easier for users to find exactly what they’re looking for. In the example given by Google, you can type “rectangle” in the search bar to get a list of rectangular coffee table options. You can also take a look at the most recent Google Maps features that the company recently released in addition to these AI features. Additionally, you can read about Google’s efforts to rival the new Microsoft Bing with a LaMDA-powered AI chatbot.