Gmail's latest machine learning feature is 'Smart Compose' to autocomplete messages


Smart Compose uses machine learning to help you write responses to emails.

Dubbed 'Smart Compose, ' the feature utilizes artificial intelligence to intuitively figure out what a user wants to say in an email.

A Google spokesperson told the Daily Dot that Smart Compose is "trained on billions of common phrases and sentences". Smart Compose takes it one step further by actually predicting what they want to type as they're drafting the email.

You can now use the new snooze button to put off emails that you just can't get to right now.

The new feature will start rolling out for regular users in the coming weeks. Moreover, if you are willing to switch back to the original Gmail, uncheck the box. For example, if you're writing an email on a Friday, it may suggest "Have a great weekend!" to end your message.

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Eventually, Google hopes that, based on the context of the recipient and the initial text you enter, you'll be able to just keep tapping away at that Enter key and let the AI fill out your messages for you.

Pichai credited the new AI features to Google's investment in computational powers. The suggestions will appear automatically once you begin typing the sentence.

Users must then access the General tab in the settings menu, and scroll down and enable "experimental access".

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