You will soon be able to talk to Gemini from the Chrome address bar

Chrome Gemini

Gemini, Google’s response to OpenAI’s ChatGPT, has significantly improved since its introduction last year. According to reports, users will soon be able to access Gemini, formerly known as Bard, directly from the Chrome address bar using a shortcut.

Gemini in the Chrome address bar makes sense for Google

Gemini as a shortcut can be activated in Chrome, by typing @gemini into the address bar. This shortcut will allow users to quickly throw queries at Gemini right from the Chrome address bar.

The Chrome address bar is arguably Google’s biggest money maker because it is the window to their search engine. It’s no wonder that Google is putting in a lot of effort into improving it. The Mountain View tech giant recently gave the Chrome address bar an upgrade that will yield more accurate and personalized suggestions.

Google is integrating Gemini into other products as well

Chrome is not the only Google product that is getting a Gemini refresh. Other Google products like Workspace have also received updates that include integration with Gemini.

If you’re on an enterprise Google Workspace plan, Gemini can now help you write emails in Gmail, or create presentations in Google Slides. Gemini is also now available for Android in the Google Play store and can now replace your Google Assistant. Even Google’s Pixel 8 Pro devices are powered by Gemini Nano – which is a lightweight version of Gemini designed for mobile devices.

While Gemini offers significant advantages, Google faces competition

OpenAI’s ChatGPT was the generative chatbot that kicked off the latest AI craze. Since its release in late 2022, we’ve seen the rise of competing Large Language Models like Claude and Meta’s Illama. As LLMs could potentially disrupt Google’s search business, the company has been investing heavily in Gemini and integrating it into its products to outclass the competition.

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