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Google Unveils "Duet AI" That Will Make Your Work Life So Much Easier
This Groundbreaking New AI Will Write Your Emails, Documents And Presentations
Google is enhancing its AI-powered Workspace tools with Duet AI to boost productivity for mobile users. The tech giant is rolling out a range of new neural network-powered features under the banner of Duet AI for Google Workspace. These features aim to streamline workflows and accelerate work processes.
For Gmail mobile, Duet AI will provide contextual assistance to compose better emails. It will automatically fill in names and details to help you write professional replies. Google is also developing features that can generate entire emails based on simple prompts. Google teased a video in March this year about generative AI features in Gmail and Google Docs to trusted testers.
In Google Docs, Duet AI will allow you to generate content from scratch. You can enter a topic and Duet AI will instantly produce a draft document containing relevant information and smart chips. For content you author yourself, Docs will offer improved grammar and style checking, proofreading, and tone suggestions - available in multiple languages besides English.
For Google Slides, Duet AI can generate images from text descriptions, letting you embed images that don't exist on the internet into your presentations.
On Google Sheets, Duet AI will automate data classification and plan creation. New tools will understand cell data context to assign labels, saving time otherwise spent on manual data entry. Sheets will also be able to generate custom plans for tasks and projects using simple text prompts. Just describe your goal and Sheets will produce a suitable plan.
For Google Meet, Duet AI will provide unique backgrounds for calls, "helping users express themselves while protecting the privacy of their surroundings."
Google is already testing these features with trusted testers through its Workspace Labs program. This allows the company to refine the offerings based on early adopter feedback.