Google is shoving generative AI into Gmail, Docs, Sheets, Meet, Chat and Slides
Over the past few years, Google has been increasingly investing in artificial intelligence (AI). In 2019, the company announced that it would be using AI to improve Gmail, and more recently, it has been testing AI-powered chatbots in its Docs and Sheets apps. Now, it seems that the search giant is ready to take its AI capabilities to the next level with the introduction of Generative Pre-trained Transformer 3 (GPT-3).
GPT-3 is a machine learning platform that has been designed to generate text. According to Google, the system is able to “understand the context of the text” and can generate “coherent and natural responses.”
So far, GPT-3 has been used to create a chatbot that can hold a conversation with a human. The bot, which is known as Meena, is reportedly able to understand the context of a conversation and respond accordingly.
While Meena is still in the early stages of development, it is clear that Google is plans to use the technology to improve its products, including Gmail and Docs. In fact, the company has already started to test GPT-3 in Gmail and Docs.
At the moment, the tests are only available to a limited number of users. However, it is likely that the feature will be rolled out to all users in the near future.
GPT-3 is just one of the many AI-powered features that Google is working on. The company is also working on a similar system that is designed to improve the accuracy of Google Translate.
So far, Google has not announced any plans to commercialize GPT-3. However, it is clear that the company is interested in the technology and is exploring ways to use it to improve its products.