Google’s new AI features write entire emails or presentations

Google has announced a new set of features that work with advanced artificial intelligence (AI). Google now comes with tools that help users write emails or complete scripts based on some keywords

With the new functionality, Google hopes to compete with generative AI programs such as ChatGPT and Dall-E, which generate text or images themselves based on entered search terms.

In Google Docs, it will soon be possible to quickly produce texts on a blank page after entering a few keywords. New AI features should also make it possible to summarize or categorize Gmail’s email flow. The technology company also advertises functionality that automatically finds images and audio clips for presentations.

Google stresses that it wants to use AI responsibly. This means that users always have the final say on the texts or images they create.

Open AI

Google also revealed that some of the AI ​​models that form the basis of new features can be used by other developers. In addition, the company enters into partnerships with many companies and startups focused on artificial intelligence.

The ads are in response to products recently released by OpenAI. This company is well advanced with what is called generative artificial intelligence, or artificial intelligence that generates text or images itself after simple instructions. OpenAI has just announced a new version of its GPT artificial intelligence platform, creating Dall-E and ChatGPT.

predecessor

Google has set itself years ago to be the great leader in the field of artificial intelligence. According to the US media, the rapid development of GPT by OpenAI has caused a crisis atmosphere in the search engine company. It was going to announce ‘code red’ internally in order not to be left behind.

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Rival Microsoft is expected to announce on Thursday how it will integrate artificial intelligence into its office software. This company recently decided to invest 10 billion in OpenAI in the coming years.

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