Google announced today that it is rolling out a brand new “multisearch” feature that allows users to search with images and text at the same time using Google Lens, the company’s image recognition technology. Google first announced the feature in September during the Search On event and said it will launch the feature over the next few months following testing and evaluation. The multisearch function is now being made available as a beta function for users in English within the United States.
For the first step first, open the Google app for Android or iOS and then tap to open the Lens camera icon, and then look up a screenshot or take a photograph. After that, swipe upwards and click to tap the “+ Add to your search” button to add text. Google advises that users be running the most recent Versions of its app in order to use the new features.
We at Google we’re constantly dreaming of new ways to help you discover the information you’re seeking regardless of how difficult it is to communicate what you want,” Google said in a blog post on the announcement. “That’s why today we’re introducing a completely new method of searching by using images and text simultaneously. Multisearch is a feature on Lens it’s possible to move over the normal search results and make inquiries regarding what you see.”
Google states that its new function is possible due to the latest advances of artificial intelligence. Google is also investigating ways that multisearch could be improved by MUM the latest AI model for Search. Multitask unified model also known as MUM is able to comprehend information in a variety of formats, such as videos, images, and text and draw in-depth insights and connections between different topics concepts, ideas and concepts.
This announcement comes within a week of when Google made public that it would be rolling out enhancements in the AI model to improve Google Search an experience that is safer and one that is better in handling queries that are sensitive that include subjects such as sexual assault, suicide and substance abuse, as well as domestic violence. Google is also using additional AI techniques to enhance its ability to eliminate explicit or explicit information from Search results even when users don’t actively seek it out.
There’s been times when we’re required to conduct an Google request, however we do not know how to explain the exact thing we’re searching for. When words aren’t enough pictures are an excellent alternative. Now, Google allows you to utilize both.
Google Multisearch lets you browse for images and text simultaneously.
Google has begun beta testing an innovative feature known as Multisearch within the official Google applications. This is a game changer for those who struggle to find the exact terms to search the web using.
With Multisearch it is possible to search Google for images Then, you can include text to enhance the search.
For instance, let’s say you’re at the mall and you find the dress you like, but you want it in blue, not green. Take a photograph of that dress. type in a search using the image, and finally include”blue. “blue.” Google will locate the dress that is blue (or at the very least, dresses like it).
How to use Google Multisearch
- Open the Google app and then tap the Home (iPhone) (or Explore (Android) on the bottom-left corner.
- In the Google search box, tap an icon which appears like an image of a camera.
- This will turn on your camera. Take a photo of what you’d like to look up, or press the icon that is next to the shutter icon to save a photo which is already saved to your device.
- When the Visual matches menu appears at the bottom of your screen, swipe upwards to open it. Then, click “Add search to my search on the right.
- Type in more details, such as the brand or color, and then type it in once more.
The search results will be updated on a new page with the results representing both the image as well as the text you entered.