Last month, Google launched a beta version of its Search Generative Experience (SGE) to make it faster to search for generative AI technology as it looks towards expanding its market to parts of the world, especially in Asia-Pacific.
Generative AI is a type of AI that can create new content, such as images, videos, or text, based on input from a user. The technology has the potential to revolutionize a wide range of industries, including marketing, education, and design.
Google's move to expand this technology to Asia-Pacific is likely to have a major impact on the region's digital landscape.
Asia-Pacific (APAC) sales alone were $47 billion in the same fiscal year and it accounted for 16% of global revenue. The sales in Asia-Pacific are more than half of what other regions combined could not match. This could be a key factor why Asia-Pacific is a better preference to others.
The Search for Generative Artificial Intelligence technology in the region shows how committed Google is to remain a key driver of AI technology and how important the Asia-Pacific region is to the tech giant.
The tech giant's expansion of its Generative AI technology to Asia-Pacific is indeed a significant step for the company's ambitions in the region.