No more typos and embarrassing errors in professional emails as Google is gearing to bring an AI generated emails drafting feature Help Me Write, that too with voice support.
As reported by Mashable, the new Gmail feature will assist the users in drafting their emails by giving it a voice prompts such as: "Help me write an introduction to someone I met at a conference."
Until now, the users could only give a written prompt, but with the addition of this new feature, emails will most likely to get generated with zero errors and in no time.
It is pertinent to note, the feature is still only available through access to Google's testing labs for experimenting new AI features.
According to the SPAndroid blogspot, users, who are using the Gmail app on their smartphone will be able to activate the beta feature by tapping on "Draft email with voice" above the keyboard.
The will pop a microphone button for the users to record the commands using their voice, and hit create to generate an email draft that can be edited afterwards.
Since the generative AI has taken over the world of technology, Google has also been steadily announcing features assisted by the Artificial Intelligence for its tools and services.
Two of Google's main AI assisted features (still in labs) include, Duet AI, which is an AI assistant for writing in Google Docs and Sheets, and SGE, and AI-powered search experiment.
This new voice feature update comes a week after Google announced Circle to Search on new Samsung devices, which enables the users to search for things by circling on an image.
It is pertinent to know, last year in June, Google launched Help Me Write for Gmail, however, there hasn't been any information about the voice prompts feature.
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