Automatic compression of documents and conversations is the result of Google’s commitment to the development of artificial intelligence.
Google is facilitating the way large documents will be read, by introducing a summary, a feature that will soon arrive in Google Docs.
The function relies on machine learning to break up a document and highlight key information in a shorter format. Google first announced the summary feature back in March, but confirmed during this year’s I/O conference that it is very close to a public debut.
Alphabet Director Sundar Pichai explained during the speech that automatic resume uses language comprehension, information compression and natural language generation to achieve its goal.
Although it only comes to Docs for now, Google has also announced a summary for Google Spaces and Chat where it will be able to compress conversations through which you would scroll for hours.
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