Amazon is testing AI-generated summaries of product reviews

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Amazon is testing AI-generated summaries of product reviews

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Amazon has confirmed the test, which pulls in a summary of positive and negative feedback about products.

Danny Goodwin on June 13, 2023 at 12:47 pm | Reading time: 1 minute

Amazon has confirmed it is testing a new feature in its Shopping app – summaries of product reviews, generated by AI.

The summary provides a summary of both positive and negative feedback about products. Beneath that is a note: “AI-generated from the text of customer reviews.”

Why we care. Reviews are a key factor when people are deciding whether to buy a product. This feature could potentially be helpful for users – condensing hundreds or thousands of reviews into a useful summary. The big thing to watch is whether this could possibly negatively or positively impact sales.

What it looks like. Here’s one example of an AI-generated summary of customer reviews for a toy:

What Amazon is saying. Amazon confirmed the test but declined to reveal any details about how it is generating these product summaries. An Amazon spokesperson said:

  • “We are significantly investing in generative AI across all of our businesses.”

More generative AI at Amazon. The company is also reportedly preparing to add generative AI to its search experience. Amazon is also building tools for advertisers that generate videos and images.


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Danny Goodwin

Danny Goodwin has been Managing Editor of Search Engine Land & Search Marketing Expo – SMX since 2022. He joined Search Engine Land in 2022 as Senior Editor. In addition to reporting on the latest search marketing news, he manages Search Engine Land’s SME (Subject Matter Expert) program. He also helps program U.S. SMX events. Goodwin has been editing and writing about the latest developments and trends in search and digital marketing since 2007. He previously was Executive Editor of Search Engine Journal (from 2017 to 2022), managing editor of Momentology (from 2014-2016) and editor of Search Engine Watch (from 2007 to 2014). He has spoken at many major search conferences and virtual events, and has been sourced for his expertise by a wide range of publications and podcasts.

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