Google is adding a new AI-powered Top Results section to Gmail searches on smartphones.
The company said Friday that it will be rolling out to all mobile users in the coming weeks.
This is the latest in a series of AI features announced for Google’s suite of products and services.
Gmail searches are expected to become more accurate as Google rolls out a new artificial intelligence feature for smartphone users.
Alphabet says in Friday blog post Mobile Gmail users will soon see a Top Results section when searching for old messages or attachments in their Gmail app.
The top results section will be powered by Google’s machine learning algorithms, which the company says will use a search term, certain recent emails and other “relevant factors” in an effort to find what a user searches.
Google said in its blog post that the feature was “highly requested” and said it would be rolling out to all mobile Gmail users within the next two weeks.
The post only mentions the mobile version of Gmail, so it’s unclear if Top Hits functionality will be added to the browser-based version.
Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider, which was made outside of normal business hours.
The new feature is the latest example of Google’s latest commit to Introducing Artificial Intelligence in their products.
The search giant announced numerous new AI features and services at the I/O Developer Conference in May – so much so that some staff internally joked about how many CEOs mention “AI” during the event.
releasing OpenAI’s popular ChatGPT program in November sparked a wave of development and injected cash into Generative Artificial Intelligence.
Earlier this year, reports indicated that Google was rushing to catch up with ChatGPT, the AI chatbot named Bard is said to be Embedded Search in the future.
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