Google SGE & Generative Summaries For Search Results Patent

Google has been granted a patent for “Generative Summaries for Search Results,” which describes a method for creating AI-powered summaries of search results using large language models (LLMs). This technology is believed to be integral toGoogle SGE and Generative Summaries, an experimental search engine with AI-generated results.

The scope of Google’s patent related to SGE is to describe the use of a large language model (LLM) to generate natural language-based summaries in response to a user query. The patent details the processing of additional content using the LLM to mitigate inaccuracies and over- or under-specification in the generated summaries. 

Scope of Google’s patent related to SGE:

The patent US11769017B1 is about generative summaries for search results, which involves the use of large language models (LLMs) to generate natural language-based summaries in response to a query.

Patent US11769017B1?

Generative Experience( SGE) is a set of hunt and interface capabilities that integrates generative AI- powered results into Google hunt machine query responses, Google’s Search Generative Experience (SGE) uses AI to generate summaries by leveraging large language models (LLMs) to quickly produce short, context-rich overviews of search results. 

Relate to Google SGE and Generative Summarie

quickly grasping the key points of a web page or a topic. This is achieved through the use of large language models (LLMs) that can understand the context and content of web pages, enabling the generation of concise and relevant overviews. 

How SGE works, According to the Patent

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