Google is currently testing a visual feature that displays prominent, search-related images as the background of the results page, which SaadAK first discovered. For those who can’t imagine what this particular update looks like, it is very similar to the Bing search engine on their homepage. However, although Bing search only iterates on a set of predetermined “aesthetic” images, the search goals set by Google are different.
You want to display high-resolution images related to the user’s current search in the system. For example, when a user searches for the keywords “french fries” or “fried garlic pizza” on a mobile device using a Google search, a high-quality photo of french fries or pizza will appear in the background of the result page. Any number of queries about food, recipes, etc. Unfortunately, the lack of an upper limit has hurt Google.
This is not Google’s first attempt to make Search-r premium wallpapers. In fact, the most recent recovery occurred 9-10 months after the first experiment. Google has been testing the Beta search fund, and its user base has decided to use its testing permissions to develop some creativity. Many people end up looking for more mature content, and because the background AI has not been trained with any filters, the corresponding images fill-up the website.
As Google believed this would lead to an inevitable reaction from the wider community, Google stopped the project and resumed work. This feature is not publicly available to everyone. When testing new products and development, Google’s common strategy is to use a strategy called A/B testing. Based on the A/B test, two versions of the product will be created (the product in this example is Google search). A is the unedited standard version of the product, and B is the newer version.
Then the two are randomly assigned to a specific group of people. Double effect: eliminate user prejudice and ensure that in the event of a failure, the consequences are very limited. Adding the image itself, perhaps to maintain the aesthetic aura, seems to be done right. Google search and the resulting images are usually taken by professional photographers and are of high quality and visually pleasing. In any case, Google does not want to bend over at work.
Google is currently testing a visual feature that displays prominent, search-related images as the background of the results page, which SaadAK first discovered. You want to display high-resolution images related to the user’s current search in the system. Based on the A/B test, two versions of the product will be created (the product in this example is Google search).