- Google Workspace expands generative AI testing, limited to US early adopters.
- Trusted tester program for generative AI tools grows 10x.
- AI aids email drafting and text generation in Gmail and Google Docs. Global availability is in progress.
Google Workspace is moving towards Generative AI as the company is working on its availability to all. The good news for early adopters is that they can access these features, but it is only restricted to USA consumers for now.
On Twitter, Google announced that its trusted tester program for generative AI tools is expanded by 10x since its launch in March. These tools are available in Google Workspace apps like Gmail, Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, Meet, and Chat.
We’re excited to expand our trusted tester program for #GenAI capabilities by more than 10X today. 🚀 We encourage new users to post about your experience and tag us with your feedback. ↓ https://t.co/0VPbhLziA0— Google Workspace (@GoogleWorkspace) May 4, 2023
After Microsoft’s Bing AI powered by GPT-4, Google has been heavily investing in AI programs. For example, Google Docs is using a Large Language Model(LLM) trained on massive data sets to generate texts with the help of AI.
In Gmail, if you have an idea about an email, but you are not so sure about it, you can take help from AI tools to generate a draft email for you. It can also produce emails from notes provided by you.
Google has not made it clear that these features will be available to everyone around the globe, but it is surely working on it. Google will make some necessary changes after the feedback from limited consumers they have provided the features. After that, they will bring it to everyone.