Google's new search engine favors  AI-generated responses over  website links.

The change aims to speed up  information retrieval but may  disrupt internet traffic.

AI summaries will appear on search  result pages for complex topics.

The AI rollout begins in the U.S. and  is expected to reach 1 billion  users by year-end.

Google showcases advancements in  AI technology at its annual  developers conference.

Demis Hassabis, AI executive, makes  a notable appearance at the  conference.

The shift to AI in search marks a significant change since Google's inception.

Concerns arise over potential negative impacts on digital advertising and website traffic.

Google's AI overviews may lead to legal disputes over copyright and unfair profiting.

Despite concerns, users tend to  explore further after viewing  AI summaries.

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