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Can artificial intelligence summaries save you from interminable virtual meetings?


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AI might potentially be used to automatically arrange follow-up meetings or write emails based on meeting items.

Would you send an assistant to your virtual meetings on your behalf? What about inviting someone to join you in taking notes?

Google introduced new generative AI features for its video conferencing software Meet on Tuesday, including meeting summaries with action items and video samples, real-time teleprompting, live translated captions, and the ability to dispatch a bot to attend a meeting on your behalf. Google joins video conferencing service Zoom and transcription software vendor Otter.ai in offering comparable functionality.

Microsoft is also testing some with a small number of clients. The hope is that artificial intelligence will assist workers in keeping better track of what transpires in meetings, whether they attend or not. AI might potentially be used to automatically arrange follow-up meetings or write emails based on meeting items. According to Zoom, almost 216,000 organizations use its service, with total users joining meetings hundreds of millions of times per day. Otter.ai claims to have over 10 million registered users.

After Duet AI, Google's AI, becomes available in the coming months, select customers will be able to send it to a meeting for them. Google's translated captions, summaries, and teleprompting functions will be available next year. It also intends to provide studio lighting and music, dynamic tiles, and automatic face detection, which will give guests in the same room their own tile on the screen.


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