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Gmail’s New Upgrade: Google Set to Integrate AI Voice Feature

by Ahsan MuGhaL
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Gmail's New Upgrade: Google Set to Integrate AI Voice Feature

Gmail’s New Upgrade: Google Set to Integrate AI Voice Feature. Google’s AI-assisted email drafting function could soon include voice support. “Help Me Write” is a new Gmail service that employs generative AI to assist users with email drafts. (Note that it is still exclusively accessible through Labs, Google’s testing site for new AI technologies.)

Gmail’s New Upgrade: Google Set to Integrate AI Voice Feature

Currently, users enter a written prompt, such as “Help me write an introduction to someone I met at a conference.” However, as TheSpAndroid points out, you may soon be able to use Help Me Write with your voice.

The blogger activated the beta feature in the Gmail mobile app by tapping “Draft email with voice” above the keyboard. This activated a microphone button to record a prompt. After recording the prompt, users can hit the create button to generate an editable email draft.

Google has been consistently unveiling AI-related capabilities for its tools and services. Duet AI is an AI helper for writing in Google Docs and Sheets, and SGE, an AI-powered search experiment, is gaining traction (though it is still in the Labs).

Last week, Google announced Circle to Search for new Samsung devices, which allows you to search for items by circling an image.

Although Google debuted Help Me Write for Gmail in June, the firm has not made any official mention of voice suggestions. However, this is most certainly an indication of an imminent announcement.

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