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Google releases AI search for doctors

Updated: Nov 3, 2023

October 9, 2023

Google has announced a new feature for its search engine that could revolutionize the way doctors diagnose and treat patients. The feature, called Generative AI Search, uses artificial intelligence to create realistic images, videos, and texts based on the user's query.

For example, if a doctor searches for "lung cancer symptoms", Google will not only show relevant web pages, but also generate realistic images of lungs with different types of cancer, videos of how the cancer progresses, and texts that explain the symptoms and treatments in simple language. The doctor can then use these generated results to better understand the condition, communicate with the patient, and plan the best course of action.

Google claims that this feature is powered by state-of-the-art generative models that can learn from large amounts of data and produce realistic and diverse outputs. The company says that it has trained these models on various domains, such as medical, scientific, artistic, and entertainment. Google also says that it has taken measures to ensure that the generated results are accurate, ethical, and safe.

Google says that this feature is currently in beta testing and will be available to a limited number of users in the coming months. The company hopes that this feature will help doctors and patients make better decisions and improve health outcomes.

Google's Generative AI Search is an exciting example of how artificial intelligence can enhance human capabilities and create new possibilities. What do you think of this feature? Would you want your doctor to use it if they had access to it? Let us know in the comments below!

Check out the original article here and stay tuned for the latest news in artificial intelligence!

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