Google R&D Team Wants To Bring Out Google’s Smart Reply
Google’s a feature uses machine learning (Clever A.I. Powered Technology) which answers your emails is expanding into the chat space or Android messing apps like Hangout, Allo, Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger, Android Messages, Skype, Twitter, etc. The search giant announced Smart Reply, initially for the company’s email services and later brought to the Google messenger app Allo, in 2015. This project simply called “Reply” and it’s now available for Android.
Essentially scanning your incoming messages, crafting up to three suggested responses you can choose from a click then… Last year, Google said Smart Reply drove 12 percent of all replies on its email service Inbox by Gmail. Some replies may “Will do”, “Got it, thanks!” , “Sounds good” which can be simple.
Test Sample Of Smart Reply
Example: Question: “Are you at the restaurant?” OR “When You Come Home?”
The Reply like a Yes, No, Yes I am here. or the approx time. they take your current location data from your GPS service to get a correct response.
The project notifying test users about the upcoming product, which builds on Google’ Smart Reply feature, and the project comes from Google’s experimental workshop Area 120, has decided to bring the same technology to third-party chat apps, and Area 120 is looking for testers, but only on the Android platform for now. According to the email Area 120 sent to test users, it will function over the notifications, messaging services can generate. Google Hangouts, Allo, Whatsapp, Facebook Messenger, Skype, Twitter Direct Messages and Slack replay is being designed. Google said, “It’s a very early experiment so there aren’t many details to share right now.“
Area 120 suggested, for the product can look up your location, calendar and it can message, and also come with a “Do Not Disturb” and a “Vacation responder” option that can automatically reply to your friends when you are busy.
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