Google I/O 2024: Workspace tools get Microsoft Copilot-like AI features with Gemini – The Times of India

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Google announced multiple artificial intelligence (AI)-powered updates for its Workspace suite of collaborative tools during the keynote at the company’s annual developer conference, Google I/O 2024. The tech giants’ suite of business tools and apps will compete with Microsoft Office that also supports AI features powered by the company’s Copilot chatbot.Google’s Workspace tools include — Google Docs, Google Sheets, Gmail, Google Photos, Google Chat. The AI features coming to some Workspace tools will be powered by Gemini.

Google Gemini features coming to Workspace

Here’s a list of Gemini-powered updates that are set to arrive for Google’s Worksapce collaborative suite:

Gemini 1.5 Pro for Workspace

Google Workspace will use multimodality and long context with Gemini to improve Gmail users with email management. The company’s AI chatbot will be able to summarise recent school emails, analyse attachments as well as highlight key points and action items to users. Google Meet users will also be able to summarise long recordings and draft replies. Gemini 1.5 Pro is now available for Workspace Labs users.

Ask Photos

With this new Gemini-powered feature, searching on Google Photos will become much easier. Users will be able to ask specific questions, like finding a license plate or tracking their child’s milestones, and Photos will provide contextual and detailed summaries, enhancing their photo-searching experience. The Ask Photos feature is set to roll out this summer and the tool may get more features in the coming days.
Apart from these Workspace features, the company also introduced new capabilities across other products like Android, Google Search and NotebookLM.
The company is set to announce more details about Android 15 and its upcoming features today (May 15). Watch last night’s keynote speec here:

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Google Keynote (Google I/O ‘24)

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