Google Chrome announces the next two innovations that will make the web browser smarter

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google chrome announces the next two innovations that will make the web browser smarter
google chrome announces the next two innovations that will make the web browser smarter

Google wants to make its Chrome browser more useful thanks to machine learning so that our browsing is safer, calmer and more adapted to the way we use its web browser.

For this, Google has advanced the next news that will make Chrome much smarter and that could arrive in a few weeks along with the new home screen that would arrive with the Chrome 102 version . The novelties that will squeeze Google’s machine learning are the following:

New button in Google Chrome

Chrome What's New

After more than a year of testing, Chrome’s adaptive button is now official. Google has confirmed that this new button will soon reach all users, although for a few weeks we can activate it manually from the experimental functions of Chrome.

This new adaptive button will use machine learning to adjust the navigation toolbar in real time, to display the action that is most useful at the time , such as sharing a link, performing a voice search, or opening a new tab. Chrome will learn what is the option that we use the most at each moment of the day on each website. By default, this button will adapt to our use , but from the Chrome settings we can select a certain action by default.

More peace of mind, fewer annoying notifications

Google has reported that since last March Chrome Safe Browsing now identifies 2.5 times more potentially malicious sites and phishing attacks thanks to a new machine learning model. Therefore, we are now much more protected.

Chrome What's New

It has also announced that notification permission requests will be much less annoying in the next version of Chrome. Machine learning will predict when we might want an app to ask us to receive web notifications to show us the permission request. To do this, Google will take into account how we have previously interacted with similar permission requests, silencing unwanted requests by default.