As if AI wasn't already taking over the world, Google has decided to launch an experimental new tool which will see millions of users interact with super-smart search androids on a daily basis.
It's called Google Search Generative Experience (SGE) and it combines a ChatGPT-style AI chat interface with Google search.
What it means is that, when you search for something, you'll get your answers from a conversation with an AI called Bard, rather than having to trawl through Google's usual list of website links.
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It could change the face of the Internet as we know it, as well as make life much easier for those who can get their hands on it early.
It's not available to the general public just yet, but you can be one of the first to try it out via Google's Search Labs programme.
This is a platform where you can try out the tech giant's latest experimental search features, and it's where you need to sign up if you want to be one of the first to interact with Google's AI superintelligence.
Getting on the waiting list isn't hard. All you need to do is head to the Search Labs homepage and click 'Join waitlist'.
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The waitlist isn't available to all Google users and you'll have to sign up using your personal Google account.
Once you've signed up to the waitlist, you'll get an email notification asking you to sign up to Search Labs.
You should then be able to ask the AI whatever your heart desires, and receive a creepily human-like answer in response.
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