4 Ways Artificial Intelligence Will Change How We Use Search
One potential benefit to AI in search is time saved trying to explore several sites to find basic information.
Many large tech companies are showing greater interest in AI services. So what will this technological development mean for the future of the internet, and how will it change search over the next decade?
Enhanced Search Capabilities
AI can quickly analyze large volumes of data – much faster than a searching human. AI can therefore recover or “learn” from every corner of the modern internet in a fraction of the time it would take for a human to explore these sources. They provide this data in a presentable way that is easy to analyze and comprehend.
All this makes AI services tools such as ChatGPT able to effectively become competent on a given subject matter by exploring all relevant content, data, opinions, and facts.
User-Friendly Search Results
AI has the potential to understand the user more clearly and provide results that better match the search intent of the end user. The more you interact with AI, the more it learns about you and gives you the best results.
Additionally, AI will present the data in a way that is easy to understand and digest. A lot of work goes behind the search and delivery process to attempt to verify data before delivering results.
Improved Voice Search
AI services can also understand what you’re asking through voice search and improve the accuracy of their results. Move over – first-generation voice search (Alexia and Siri) – AI will aim to understand intent and context beyond what is directly communicated.
AI aims to communicate back and forth with users in a manner that is more comparable to the likes of an actual human conversation.
ChatGPT, for instance, is familiar with 95 languages and dialects. It can understand these languages and communicate to present the search results in whatever language you choose and aim to target regional specificity.
The more you correspond with AI, the more it learns about your preference. Beyond just tracking data or cookies, as modern websites do, AI acts like an actual living being with a level of intelligence and tries to make inferences. Soon, you may have an online robot friend who can make accurate suggestions relevant to your needs and preferences.
Every human has a different way of comprehending and deciphering information. Imagine AI services that can deliver similar answers most suitable for each individual. The implications for customized delivery can significantly improve education by adjusting to various leaching styles and preferences.
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