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Brave has built its own AI-powered search capabilities into web browsers called Summarizer. Similar to what Microsoft recently did with Bing.
This new feature “provides concise and precise answers at the top of Brave Search results.” For example, if you want to know about the chemical spill in East Palestine, Ohio,
the summarizer creates (opens in new tab) A one-paragraph summary of the event, along with some sources for you to read. Unlike Microsoft, which only uses ChatGPT for its Bing chatbot, Summarizer uses three in-house large-scale language models (LLMs for short) to generate snippets of search results based on retrained versions of BART and DeBERTa AI models. Create a. AI retraining
To simplify the technology behind them,
bart (opens in new tab) and Deverta (opens in new tab) Generative lighting AI like Chat GPT It has been specially trained to take into account word placement and context so that text output is easy to read. What Brave did is take those models, retrain them with their own search results data, and develop Summarizer.
The Summarizer training regiment is a three-step process, according to the announcement. First, Brave taught her LLM to prioritize answers to questions asked. The company then utilized a “zero-shot classifier” to classify the results so that the information provided was relevant. The final step helps the model rewrite the snippet to be more consistent. The result is a concisely written and accurate answer with multiple sources attached.
Please note that this feature is still in its early stages. Brave says Summarizer only utilizes about 17% of search queries to create answers, but plans to increase that number for better paragraphs. Its accuracy also needs some work. The company admits that Summarizer can produce what it calls “hallucinations.” Additionally, the feature may inject “false or offensive text” into the answer.
Summarizer is now available to all Brave Search users on desktop and mobile.
Brave Search Goggles (opens in new tab) . It is disabled there. You can turn it off at any time by going to your browser’s settings menu. The company also Ask users for feedback (opens in new tab) About how the tool can be improved.
We’ve tried Summarizer ourselves, and it’s cool, but needs some work. Not all search results give snippets. It depends on what you ask and what news topics are covered. For example, the chemical spill in East Palestine, Ohio is a hot topic right now, so Summarizer works just fine. But when I asked about the recent cold weather in Los Angeles and what was happening with certain video game developers, I got no summaries or outdated information.But the latter came with a source, so it was at least accurate.
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