YouTube Introduces 'Ask for Music' Feature Powered by AI
YouTube Introduces 'Ask for Music' Feature Powered by AI

YouTube users can now expect yet another innovative feature on the platform, this time integrating artificial intelligence. Google's YouTube is currently developing an AI skill that will allow users to search for songs either by humming or simply providing a text prompt.

This AI feature, named 'Ask for Music,' utilizes generative AI chatbot technology to help users find songs according to their preferences. Similar to recent additions like Play, Sing, or Hum to Search, this feature promises a novel way to search for music using AI.

How Will the Ask for Music Feature Work?

According to reports, upon accessing this feature, users will either be prompted on-screen or prompted to hum a tune. Subsequently, AI-generated results will be presented based on the input provided. It's noted that the Ask for Music feature is experimental, which may result in varying quality and accuracy of results. Additionally, details about a submit button have also been highlighted.

Reports indicate that information related to YouTube's AI feature has been observed during teardowns of Android version 7.06.53. It appears that work is underway on the Ask for Music feature, both as a practical implementation and an experimental endeavor.

Access Information with AI

According to reports, the Ask for Music feature will offer users the convenience of a chatbot. This will enable them to obtain information about songs, artists, and albums based on prompts. Moreover, the chatbot will also share links to songs and albums with users. Clear specifics about the functionality of this feature are expected soon. If launched, this AI feature would mark YouTube's first complete AI service.

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