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Tech companies like Microsoft and Google are including AI based features in their products and services. In the initial testing of AI related services, users are getting mixed response. While some people are praising this technology, some users say that AI is being used to spread misinformation online.
AI is being used to create fake images which are becoming viral on the internet, in such a situation it becomes difficult to identify which picture is real or fake. To overcome this difficulty of the users, last week Google has introduced a new tool which will help you to tell the difference.
A recent blog post reported that a study conducted by Poynter in 2022 claimed that 62 percent of users believe that they receive misinformation several times every day and week. But now after the introduction of Google’s new tool, now it will be easier to verify the credibility of the content and images.
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The name of this new tool of Google is About this Image, this tool is currently being given exclusively to users living in the US and this tool currently supports only English language but in the coming few months this feature will be added. Can be issued to other users as well.
This new feature of Google will work like this
This new tool of the company will tell the users when the image or similar image was first indexed by Google. Not only this, this tool will also give information about where the picture was seen first. Users will be able to confirm the authenticity of the picture with the help of this background information of the image.
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How to use this Google tool
To use this Google tool, you have to click on the three dots on the picture in the Google image result. This tool will start appearing on Chrome by the end of this year. After this feature comes on Chrome, users will be able to use it by right clicking on the picture or by long pressing on the image.