Update: Ahead of the launch, the Google Smart Reply is now available for download in all countries, you can go ahead and download the Google Smart Reply Here.
Over the years, busy users who are on messaging apps finds it difficult to reply all their messages one time to all their various messaging applications but here, Google is bringing AI-powered one-tap replies to all your messaging apps.
Google tests a smart reply robot that will chat to your friends so you can keep on top of your social life without the effort. Google in time to come, will Enable Smart Reply in form an app, to reply Third Party Apps Like WhatsApp, Facebook, Skype, Twitter direct messages and Slack.
And of course, the Google’s Smart Reply, which uses artificial intelligence also responses to emails in Gmail, and messages in its Hangouts and Allo apps, Messenger, Android Messages. Google is planning to enable automatic replies, for example letting people know when you can’t get to your phone.
Google’s Area 120, a workshop for experimental products under development at the Mountain View firm, is currently testing the new system. And according to Androidpolice, there are many other stuffs to try out;
*. Do Not Disturb. When you’re driving, Reply can silence your phone and tell people who message you that you can’t chat right now
*. Don’t miss the important stuff. When you get an urgent message like “We’re waiting for you!” Reply can make sure to get your attention even when your phone is silent.
*. Vacation responder. Reply can check your calendar and tell people if you’re not working.
*. Your Favorite Chat Apps: Reply works with Hangouts, Allo, Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger, Android Messages, Skype, Twitter DMs, and Slack.
As you might want to know about AI (Artificial Intelligence) AI systems rely on artificial neural networks (ANNs), which try to simulate the way the brain works in order to learn.
ANNs can be trained to recognise patterns in information – including speech, text data, or visual images – and are the basis for a large number of the developments in AI over recent years.
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