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Google Chrome to utilise Machine Learning tech more in near future!

Google has announced ambitions to utilise machine learning to make web browsing more enjoyable. Chrome already employs machine learning to provide features like identifying potentially harmful websites and categorising browser histories by specific categories, according to the company. However, it intends to integrate additional machine-learning-based capabilities in the future.

Google regarding the use of ML tech…

At Google we use technologies like machine learning (ML) to build more useful products — from filtering out email spam, to keeping maps up to date, to offering more relevant search results. Chrome is no exception: We use ML to make web images more accessible to people who are blind or have low vision, and we also generate real-time captions for online videos, in service of people in noisy environments, and those who are hard of hearing.

It all starts with intrusive website authorization demands. Almost every other site you visit seems to request permission to send notifications, determine your location, or obtain access to anything on your device, so you’ve almost likely seen these before.

The company says that Chrome will predict when permission prompts are unlikely to be granted based on how the user previously interacted with similar permission prompts and silences these undesired prompts to help people browse the web with minimal interruption. Further the company claims that it’ll be releasing an ML model that makes these predictions entirely on-device in the next version of Chrome.

Demo of use of ML in Chrome
Demo of use of ML in Chrome

Maybe you prefer to read news stories first thing in the morning while holding your phone in one hand and a cereal spoon in the other, so you share a lot of Chrome links. Perhaps you prefer voice search, which you use to ask a few inquiries on your way to work on the bus. In any case, we want Chrome to meet you where you are, so in the near future, we’ll be utilising machine learning to change the toolbar in real time, highlighting the most useful action at the time (e.g., share link, voice search, etc.). You will, of course, be able to adjust it manually.

Google claims it wants Chrome to meet you where you are, so in the near future, it will use machine learning to update the toolbar in real time, highlighting the most useful action at the time (e.g., share link, voice search, etc.).

 

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