GmailAutomatically creates a response to e-mail using machine learning and will be useful or frightening depending on who asks. This function presents an answer at the bottom of the e-mail so that the user does not enter for a few seconds such as "OK", "Like", "Thank you" etc.
A smart reply turned out to be all anger. According to the Wall Street Journal, he says he is responsible for 10% of all Gmail's answers. Google confirmed that figure. In Gmail.
Smart Reply is now available for the first time in the Inbox application in 2015It was used in both Android and iOS in 2017. This generated 12% of all responses in the Inbox application in 2017, but this application does not have the same performance as the Gmail application. Google also, last week, In March of 2019
Ajit Varma, director of product management at Google, said smart replies received positive feedback. However, mobile app users have the option to disable the feature. Office users can also opt out in the coming weeks.
It was first published on September 20th at 1 pm.
Update, 1: 40 pm: Add confirmation from Google.
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