Gmail adds a predictive type feature called Smart Compose

May 8, 2018 Bryan Clark


Google today introduced a new feature meant to help users compose and send email faster than ever. The feature, called Smart Compose, tries to understand typed text so that artificial intelligence can suggest words and phrases to finish your sentences. If you like the suggestion, just hit tab to paste it into the message. It’s the email soul mate you never knew you wanted. By keying in on common speech patterns, Google’s AI works a lot like predictive text in your favorite messaging application. According to Google, the Smart Compose feature saves you time by cutting back on repetitive writing…

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