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YouTube Utilizes AI to summarize videos in recent test.

Google is currently conducting tests, as mentioned in a notice on a support page dated July 31st, to explore the use of AI in automatically creating summaries for YouTube videos.The page, which we found via Android Police, states that only a small number of English-language films will have these summaries, and only a small number of people will be able to see them. These summaries, which will show up on YouTube’s watch and search pages, are meant to complement rather than replace the human-written description of a video’s contents.

To make it simpler for you to read a brief explanation about a video and determine whether it’s the appropriate fit for you, we’re beginning to test AI-generated summaries on YouTube, according to the support website. According to Android Police, users may normally sign up to take part in YouTube experiments via; however, some experiments might require a YouTube Premium subscription.

Google representative Jen Jamie responds to The Verge’s inquiry by saying, “We are testing a new tool for viewers that uses generative AI to build summaries for YouTube videos. To create and improve the best experience for our viewers and producers, we frequently test new features before they are made public. Jamie claims that when viewing English-language vlogs, shopping videos, and how-to videos on mobile devices, viewers of YouTube might see the automatically created summaries.

The experiment with YouTube is just one of many generative AI projects Google is currently working on as it scrambles to come up with applications for the new technology. For instance, the business previously unveiled a new Play Store feature at its developer conference in May that promised to employ generative AI to compile user ratings of apps. But of course, that’s just the beginning of Google’s AI initiatives, which also include Duet AI capabilities for its Workspace productivity apps and a new Search Generative Experience.

It will be interesting to observe if the AI summaries change how YouTube creators organise their films if they end up receiving a wider deployment. As content producers strive to appease the video platform’s all-seeing but enigmatic recommendation algorithm, every regulation change and new feature can have a significant impact on its content ecosystem. Who knows what will happen when content producers have to produce videos that Google’s AI and humans can both understand?


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