Festive Toolkit: The Top 5 Google Generative AI Tools to Explore During Holidays
Delve into the top 5 generative AI tools developed by Google, and explore their capabilities and use cases during the upcoming holidays.
As consumer-oriented generative AI programs like Google’s Bard and OpenAI’s ChatGPT gain momentum, the generative AI market is on the brink of a substantial surge. A recent report from Bloomberg Intelligence (BI) forecasts the market to skyrocket from its 2022 size of $40 billion to a staggering $1.3 trillion within the next decade.
Tech giant Google is in the mood to grab a major chunk of the growing generative AI market and has a bunch of tools out to offer solutions for creativity and innovation. You might have missed using these tools this year.
In this comprehensive overview, we delve into the top five generative AI tools developed by Google, providing an exploration of their capabilities and use cases.
Google advanced its generative AI agenda with the introduction of Duet AI for Google Workspace. In response to the competitive landscape, particularly against Microsoft’s Copilot and Zoom’s AI Companion, Google recognized the need for its own AI workspace assistant. Duet AI encompasses a diverse array of generative AI tools tailored for Google’s suite of productivity applications.
It can also provide writing assistance in Google Docs and Gmail, generating images for Google Slides, producing automatic summaries for meetings in Google Meet, and more. Beyond these functionalities, Duet AI helps in automating data classification and crafting custom plans within Google Sheets, beneficial for professionals involved in data analysis and planning.
Google’s productivity tool NotebookLM joins the ranks of Dropbox, Box and Notion. This AI-powered research tool helps organize and interact with personal notes. Utilizing Gemini Pro, Google’s latest large language model, NotebookLM can autonomously generate document summaries and suggest follow-up questions.
Moreover, Google enhanced NotebookLM to offer more than just document summaries and question suggestions. The updated version introduces tools tailored for organizing curated notes into structured writing projects. Users can now transform selected notes into structured outputs, ranging from script outlines and email newsletters to draft marketing plans, providing a platform for content creation.
Help Me Script
Google’s “Help Me Script” generative AI tool can simplify smart home automation. It allows users to create custom scripts by describing desired automation in natural language. This eliminates the need for coding expertise, making advanced home automation accessible.
Users can copy and paste the generated code into the Home app’s script editor. Google emphasizes ongoing improvements to the language model, ensuring accurate and personalized scripts over time. The integration of generative AI aims to enhance engagement with advanced smart home routines on Google Home.
This new feature merges Android’s guided customization with advancements in generative AI to assist users in crafting more personalized messages. Announced at the company’s I/O developer conference, the feature can rewrite texts in various styles within messages and conversations, offering a glimpse into its potential applications.
The Magic Composer, as it’s called, aims to streamline the process of creating the perfect text message by allowing users to provide context, and letting the tool handle the rest. It is designed to transform users into texting pros, with minimal effort.
Google’s MusicFX is an experimental tool that empowers users to generate personalized music through the use of AI. Leveraging Google’s MusicLM and DeepMind‘s SynthID watermarking technology, MusicFX embeds a unique digital watermark in its outputs, guaranteeing the authenticity and origin of user-created compositions.
The tool can be utilized alongwith TextFX, allowing users to input text and transform ideas into musical creations. However, it comes with limitations – it refrains from generating music for specific queries mentioning artists or incorporating vocals, a precautionary measure to safeguard the distinct voices and styles of original artists.
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