Google provides “artificial intelligence search” technologies in new countries

Google provides “artificial intelligence search” technologies in new countries

Google announced, through its official websites, that its generative search technology (SGE), which relies on artificial intelligence, is expanding to reach more than 120 countries.

Google indicated that SGE generative search technologies through its browser were initially available in the United States, Japan, and India, and will reach more than 120 countries and regions in Latin America and South America, and in African, Asian, and Pacific countries, and published a list of the countries that this service will reach .

Google also noted that it has added four new languages ​​to SGE services: Spanish, Indonesian, Portuguese, and Korean, in addition to English, Hindi, and Japanese, and these languages ​​will be available to all service users.

According to the information available, Google will add other features to the aforementioned service, including features that will display search results to the user via a mini-window on the SGE home page.

The service can be used through Google's Chrome browser on computers or devices running Android and iOS.

Unveiling a new Russian anti-drone system at the Dubai Air Show

During Dubai Air Show-2023, Russia will unveil many of its defense products and new electronic technologies and systems.
Regarding the topic, the Deputy Director General of the Russian Rostec Corporation, Vladimir Artyakov, said: “It has become known what products Russia will present during the Dubai Air Show-2023 activities, which will be held between November 13 and 17 among the most prominent exhibits that will be displayed.” In the Russian pavilion will be the new Russian Sapphire anti-drone system, which has undergone tests in the special military operation area.

Artyakov pointed out that the Sapphire system can detect and track small, aircraft-like drones, and ultra-small drones weighing up to 250 grams, and it can also monitor small, primitive, hand-made drones.

Russian media had previously indicated that the new Sapphire system can detect its targets at distances of up to 30 km, and can confuse and paralyze drones at a distance of up to 5,000 metres.

Will WhatsApp acquiesce and offer users something that might anger them?!

Reports indicate that the world's most popular messaging app, WhatsApp, may start showing ads.

The company has categorically ruled out ads being displayed in incoming messages, as they may appear in the “Status” feature, which works like Instagram Stories.

WhatsApp has long resisted introducing ads to any part of its platform, which distinguishes it from other meta platforms, such as Instagram and Facebook, which heavily support ads.

It has long been rumored that WhatsApp is looking into adding ads to its app. But the app's management has largely resisted that temptation, partly due to concerns about whether it would alarm privacy-conscious users.

In September, the Financial Times reported that the company was looking to change that situation, as it evaluated whether to display ads in the chat list.

Meta completely denied that it was testing or working on this feature, or that it planned to do so. “We don't do that,” WhatsApp chief Will Cathcart said on the X platform.

But in an interview with Brazil's Folha De S.Paulo, Cathcart was asked if the app would remain free and not show ads. He said some ads may reach other parts of the platform.

He explained that the company could also offer the option of charging people a fee to subscribe to the new “Channels” tool feature. This can also be announced within those channels.

He did not provide any confirmed information about when the feature will be launched, or any commitment that it will actually be introduced.

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