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Using the Chrome browserThree new AI-assisted features are set to be released soon, making it easier and more efficient.
Google’s “tab groups” allows users to organize a large number of tabs. With this feature, Chrome will automatically suggest and then create groups based on what tabs you have open – especially useful if you’re working on multiple projects at once or planning a trip where you’re, say, researching hotels and trying to find the best restaurants.
Google says that to use this feature you will simply right-click an open tab and choose “Organize Similar Tabs.” The browser AI will group tabs that have similar topics, suggest a name, and even an emoji, to make it easier to find.
Chrome adds an additional layer of security. AI-powered Writing AssistantThe company says that it will help users to write with greater confidence in public places — such as an online post, a social network post, or an e-mail to a company. Users can get writing help by right-clicking on any text box in Chrome and selecting “Help me write.” After you’ve typed a few words the AI will understand your message and help you polish it.
The last thing is to capitalize on the AI wallpaper craze started by the Google Pixel 8Chrome will soon allow users to create their own themes with AI. Users will be able create themes based moods, colors and art styles by selecting from a list. Google provided an example of an “aurora borealis animated style with a tranquil” mood.
To create an AI theme, head to the “Customize Chrome panel” on the side. Choose “Change theme”, then “Create using AI”.
Google says the tab manager and theme generator will be available in the next couple of days. The writing assistant won’t arrive until next month.
Google announced that it will be releasing more AI and machine-learning features later this year. This includes integration of its new AI model Gemini.