Google recently revealed how Google Search has become an important tool for online learning and education. Google is working to find answers to STEM concepts, complex equations showing 3D chemistry graphics. The search giant is working on the introduction of five tools that it believes will benefit students, parents and teachers in making better use of online learning resources. This is part of the Google LEARN initiative, which currently has English-only support. More languages are expected to be added soon.
Announcement changes through a blog post, Google I said that Search there will be educational reviews, useful examples and useful videos from the Internet on the concepts of STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics). The company is also introducing a Practical Problems section, which allows users to practice math, physics and chemical problems directly through Google Search. It will provide learning resources from websites such as BBC Bitesize, Byju’s, Careers360, Chegg, CK-12, Education Quizzes, Gradeup, Great Minds, Kahoot !, OpenStax, Toppr, Vedantu and others.
The company plans to present 3D Augmented reality for users with over 200 anatomy, biology, chemistry and physics. Google will also provide solutions to both simple and complex mathematical equations to help users with their homework. With Google Lens, users can get step-by-step solutions in more than 70 languages with plans to expand to more. The search will also show detailed explanations of specific problems and also target complex STEM concepts.
This feature will be available for both mobile and desktop versions of Google Search. The company has also built this service to support screen readers and improved keyboard input for users with disabilities.
In other news related to Google Search, the search engine is receiving the full coverage feature that will help users get a comprehensive news report. The new feature will be useful for complex news that receives constant updates from various sources.