Home Technology Google to add features to Docs, Gmail powered by AI

Google to add features to Docs, Gmail powered by AI


Google has announced that it will add features to Documents and Gmail that are powered by artificial intelligence(AI).

According to the firm, customers of Workspace may now take use of generative AI’s power to create, connect, and collaborate.

The AI-powered writing tool, according to the statement, will be made available to trusted testers first.

The company pointed out that improvements in AI are assisting its three billion customers in saving more time with smart write and smart replies, generating summaries for Docs, appearing more professional in meetings, and remaining protected against malware and phishing assaults.

“Workspace’s aim is to truly connect people so they can create, innovate, and grow together — and advances in generative AI are helping us to execute this objective in new ways,” said Johanna

“Today, we’re sharing our broader vision for how Workspace is evolving to incorporate AI as a collaborative partner that is always there to help you achieve your goals, across Gmail, Docs, Slides, Sheets, Meet, and Chat.”

As we embark on this next journey, we will be bringing these new generative AI experiences to trusted testers on a rolling basis throughout the year, before making them available publicly.

Wright explained that the launched AI feature will allow users to draft, reply, summarise, and prioritise their Gmail; brainstorm, proofread, write, and rewrite in Docs; bring their creative vision to life with auto-generated images, audio, and video in Slides; go from raw data to insights and analysis via auto-completion, formula generation, and contextual categorisation in Sheets.

It added that users will be able to generate new backgrounds and capture notes in Meet and enable workflows for getting things done in Chat.

Wright added: “AI-based capabilities get better with human feedback.

“We’ll launch these new experiences this month via our trusted tester program, starting with English in the United States.

“From there, we’ll iterate and refine the experiences before making them available more broadly to consumers, small businesses, enterprises, and educational institutions in more countries and languages.”



Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.