- Google integrates AI into its web-based word processor, Docs, as part of its Workspace Labs program, allowing users to test AI features.
- The AI feature in Docs functions like having ChatGPT integrated directly into the document, according to Paul Couvert, the founder of answer.ai.
- Google cautions users that suggestions from Workspace Labs may not always be accurate or appropriate and should not be treated as professional advice.
Following the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) in several tech companies, multinational technology firm Google also rode the wave as it integrated AI into its web-based word processor Docs.
Google AI in Docs
“It’s like having ChatGPT integrated directly into your document,” Paul Couvert, founder of answer.ai, tweeted.
As a disclaimer, Google noted that the suggestions prompted by the Workspace Labs may suggest inaccurate or inappropriate information and do not represent Google’s views, and should not be attributed to Google.
“Don’t rely on Workspace Labs features as medical, legal, financial or other professional advice,” the firm reiterated, noting that users should also not include personal, confidential, or sensitive information when engaging with the feature.
Moreover, Google reminded the users that it leverages Workspace Labs data and metrics to enhance, refine, and advance its products, services, and machine learning technologies across its platform.
“To help develop Workspace Labs features, human reviewers may read, annotate, and process your Workspace Labs interactions data,” the company added. When the AI feature is utilized, Google uses and stores the prompts the users’ enter or select, the texts selected to rewrite, generated text, and the feedback on generated text.
How to use AI in Docs?
When creating new content:
Step 1: Open a document on Google Docs.
Step 2: Click where you want to write.
Step 3: On the left, click Help me write (Labs).
Step 4: Enter a prompt.
Step 5: Click Create.
When rewriting existing text:
Step 1: Select the text you want to rewrite.
Step 2: On the left, click Help me write (Labs) .
Step 3: Choose an option from the menu:
- Formalize: Makes the text more formal
- Shorten: Shortens the text
- Elaborate: Adds details to build upon the text
- Rephrase: Paraphrases the text
- Custom: You can also write your own prompt to refine the text.
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