Google has been incorporating Google AI into its services and app —latest to gain the artificial intelligence is the Google Hire and Messages app on Android.
Google Hire, a simplified recruiting process was integrated into the G Suite apps, such as Gmail, Google Calendar and other in June of 2017. Now integrating AI, Google reduces the repetitive, time-consuming tasks into one-click operation.
Here’s a rundown of new AI-powered Hire features:
Schedule Interviews in Seconds
Using AI, Hire now reduces interview scheduling to just few click by automatically suggesting interviewers and ideal time slots. This mean, when an interviewer cancels at last minute, Hire ow give alerts as well as recommends replacement interviewers to quickly invite them.
Here is an image of Replace interviewer feature:
AI-powered Hire now automatically analyzes terms, including synonyms and acronyms in a job description or search query and highlights them on resumes. Thus, it’s no longer require to use ‘Ctrl+F’ to search right skills when scanning through a resume.
Am image of G Suite Hire auto-highlight resumes feature:
Click to Call Candidates
Hire’s new click-to-call functionality now automatically logs every phone calls so team members know who has spoken with a candidate.
Google is also working with carriers to build a messaging experience that’s available on multiple devices has now incorporated Google AI into its Messages app on Android making it easier to share, take action on messages with Google AI.
Here are the new Google AI powered features:
Users can now send and receive texts from their computer by selecting “Messages for web” in the menu of Messages mobile app. Messages for web lets send stickers, emoji, and attach images in addition to sending text. This feature rolling out over the next week.
An image of messages for web:
Now, by a single tap on the + button on the left hand side in the compose bar, you can initiate a search for GIFs for conversation and then select the perfect GIF to send.
Use Smart Reply to respond to messages by either text or emoji with just a single tap when on the go.
An inline preview of the link sent in an message is now available directly in the conversation.
Also, it’s now easier to copy one-time passwords (OTP) directly from the message with one tap.
In the animation below you can see copy OTP feature:
Google already has rolled out Messages for web, while rest of other features will be coming to the Messages app over the next week.
In other new today, Google Podcasts app for Android is released in the Play Store globally.
Integrated with Google Assistant, Google Podcasts is designed to give personalized recommendations to discover and listen to podcasts. It uses Google AI to offer recommendations based on the users listening habits.
Also with industry experts Google is working to improve diversity in podcast creation, by letting podcast creators reach a broader audience, promoting inclusive storytelling in podcasting, increases diversity of voices and remove barriers to podcasting.
Google notes it look forward to build even better podcasts listening experience using AI.
Finally, Google has also released four new ways to save data with Datally Android app that include:
The image below shows stopping phone from leaking data with Unused Apps and find Wi-Fi nearby with Wi-Fi Map:
- Guest Mode, let set the amount of data to be used by another person before handing over your phone.
- Daily Limit helps control own data usage by setting up the maximum amount to spend per day and getting warnings when you’re about to bust through the limit. You can choose to block data for the rest of the day or keep going.
- Unused Apps let prevent data leakage as it shows the apps that’s not been used in a while, but consuming data.
- Wi-Fi Map shows all nearby Wi-Fi networks to help select best quality nearby network. More Wi-Fi should help you continue surfing the net without worrying about how much it’s eating into your data plan. You can even rate that network after you connect.