Google announced a new Gmail feature Tuesday called Smart Compose that will use artificial intelligence to help users write emails. Once that's done, they will need to go to Settings General and enable Experimental access. It will also be made available for G Suite customers in the workplace in the coming months.
It works in the background, so you just start typing an email as you normally would. "You can easily tap the suggestions to complete the action", adds the blog post.
House Republicans nominate Trump for Nobel peace prize
If Mr Trump won the award, he would become the fifth US President to receive a Nobel Peace Prize . "I want to get it done". Donald Trump was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize, and the mainstream media is still wrapping its mind around it.
For example, if you are at a wedding and have 10 photos of the bride, Google Photos will understand this and give you a simple way to group and send the images. "You'll see these AI-powered creations in the Assistant tab of Google Photos", says Google. Money is transferred via Google Pay; other services like PayPal or Apple Pay are not supported at the moment.
This 21 october 2005 file photo shows waiters catering a reception at the Google stand working in front of a logo of the U.S. search engine giant at the Frankfurt Book Fair in Frankfurt, Germany.
Iconic guitar maker Gibson files for bankruptcy protection
That business includes the brands KRK, Cerwin Vega and Stanton, whose lines include studio monitors, headphones and turntables. Founded in 1894 and based in Nashville, Tennessee, Gibson has the top market share in premium electric guitars.
Bellew stops Haye in boxing grudge bout
The third round seemed to be anyone's round until Bellew scored a crucial knockdown with about 15 seconds remaining in the round. Time waits for no man, as Haye painfully discovered at the O2 Arena in south London, not far from where he grew up.
Melania Trump to announce formal platform
President Donald Trump signed a proclamation declaring Monday " Be Best " day in honor of the first lady's new platform. Though a librarian, Laura Bush had always been exposed to political life before her husband entered the White House.