Google has a range of AI projects in development that have the potential to revolutionize workflows and music generation. While these projects are not yet available to the public, users can try them out through Google Labs. Google Labs is a platform where early ideas for features and products are tested, and user feedback influences their deployment and any necessary changes before release.
Some of the latest projects available on Google Labs include Search Labs, an AI-powered search feature; Workspace Labs, an AI-infused version of Google Workspace; Notebook LM, Google’s first AI notebook; and MusicLM, an AI music generator. To access these experiments, users must join the waitlist on Google Labs. Once off the waitlist, users can start exploring Google’s cutting-edge technology.
To join the waitlists for Google Labs experiments, visit the Google Labs homepage and select the experiment you’re interested in. The current list of available experiments includes Project IDX, Magic Compose in Messages, AI-powered Google Search, Google Workspace, NotebookLM, and MusicLM. Once you’ve found the experiment you want to participate in, click the “Join waitlist” button.
For most experiments, such as Google Search, NotebookLM, and MusicLM, you will be redirected to sign in to your Google account. It’s important to note that you should use a personal Google account, as work Gmail accounts are not eligible. In some cases, like Messages, there may be specific instructions to follow for early user access.
After signing in, you can join the waitlist by clicking on the appropriate “Join waitlist” button for the experiment. Once you’ve clicked, you’re all set. Make sure to check the email associated with your account for notifications regarding access to the experiment.
Google’s AI projects have the potential to enhance various aspects of our lives, from improving productivity to creating music. By participating in Google Labs’ waitlists, users have the opportunity to experience these innovations firsthand. Good luck on your AI journey!