During the Google I/O conference, the company presented several artificial intelligence tools that promise to make work more efficient and the search for information easier.
However, an important question has been raised: how to ask artificial intelligence the right questions?
Google has recognized that this is one of the biggest difficulties in using AI and has come up with solutions to this problem.
One of the tools presented was Sidekick, which proactively offers suggestions according to the document the user is working on.
That is, it helps the user to understand how to ask questions to himself. Another tool is the Search Generative Experience, which generates a mini report with information related to the question asked by the user and suggests additional questions to deepen the search.
However, asking for artificial intelligence is still a complex task. Quite often, questions asked by users are too broad or too vague, which can lead to inaccurate or irrelevant results.
On the other hand, asking very specific questions can limit the answer possibilities.
In addition, the use of artificial intelligence is still a field in constant evolution, and users often do not know exactly what to expect from it.
It is important that users learn to ask more precise and specific questions so that AI can be used more efficiently.