Google Introduces ‘Duet AI’ To Workspace To Generate Documents & Images In-App
By Nicole Rodrigues, 06 Jun 2023
Google has been embracing the artificial intelligence wave by introducing its chatbot Bard and placing AI in its search engines. It’s now doing the same for its Gmail, Docs, and Slides services, making for a quicker and more intuitive user interface with ‘Duet AI’.
If you’re looking for a file or email, doing so in the current system will turn up search results in the order of date. The new upgrade from the machine-learning model, on the other hand, will display a ‘Top results’ option where a curated list of potential emails and files that could fit your inquiries will show up.
These results are made up of your most recent emails as well as other variables that could influence your search. Though, it may take the system some time to start learning your habits and prove to be handy.
Duet AI will also be able to understand your writing style through past emails to assist you in crafting future messages. In a blog post, the company writes that the feature was “highly requested” for the mobile app to streamline searching.
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Google Docs now offers a service called ‘Help me write’, which can conjure up just about anything you need in seconds. An example from the company shows a job description for a new opening written in seconds.
Slides is gaining a slightly similar function with its variation, ‘Help me visualize’. Here, users can access a side panel to ask the generator to produce drafts for slides, flatlays, backgrounds, clip art, illustrations, photography and more. In a demo, Google used it to create an image of a giraffe standing in front of the Eiffel Tower, for a presentation to encourage Parisians to go on safari. A rather niche subject which is exactly what Duet AI is here to help with by fabricating specific images.
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