Google Introduces Duet AI for Gmail and Docs in Google Workspace

In a move reminiscent of its competitor Microsoft, Google has delved into the realm of generative AI capabilities, recently unveiling its Duet AI for Google Workspace. Following months of testing, the tech giant announced the availability of this innovative tool, catering to the needs of business customers seeking enhanced productivity.

For a subscription fee of $30 per user per month, enterprises can empower their workforce with the prowess of GenAI, enabling real-time writing and editing capabilities. Particularly intriguing is Duet AI’s integration into Gmail, where it adeptly tackles the task of email creation for busy professionals inundated with repetitive and frequent correspondence.

The anticipation surrounding Duet AI reached its pinnacle at Google’s annual Cloud Next conference, where the company formally introduced the feature’s integration with Gmail. Months of beta testing culminated in an AI-powered content writing tool, present in both Gmail and Docs, transforming simple prompts into draft copies primed for worker review.

This unveiling isn’t solely about generating content; it’s also about refining it. Users can effortlessly tailor existing text, adjusting its formality and depth as needed. Google envisions this AI tool as a versatile asset, equally valuable for composing messages to clients, customers, and colleagues.

To access these groundbreaking features, interested customers must acquire the Duet AI for Google Workspace Enterprise add-on, which is already accessible on compatible accounts. The text generator and various other attributes are set to be available on both desktop and mobile platforms, promising a seamless experience.

Simultaneously, Google’s Duet AI in Docs has also made its debut. This innovative feature promises not only content generation but also refinement. Complementing this is a new AI-driven proofreader exclusive to Docs, aiming to tackle spelling, grammar, conciseness, active voice usage, wording, and sentence structure. This direct challenge to established players like Grammarly showcases Google’s determination to provide holistic document support.

While the extent of AI assistance for users and potential tier-based subscription models remain unclear, Google has hinted at an array of forthcoming features. This bold stride into the AI-powered workspace underscores the company’s commitment to enhancing productivity and refining communication for businesses across the spectrum.

Source: Techradar

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