Google is using machine learning and artificial intelligence in Springboard enterprise search to compete with Microsoft Office.
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Google and Microsoft are now using AI to compete in the enterprise:
Enter Springboard, which not only helps you search, but also automatically suggests files for you, either based on the last things you were working on, or using Google's artificial intelligence acumen to guess what file you need at any moment.
"The idea is you shouldn't have to think about it, it should just work," Tabone says.
Along similar lines, Google also unveiled today a new and souped-up Google Sites website building tool for the business, also in early preview. Where the original Google Sites "is tailored to power users," Tabone says, the new one is really meant to help anyone quickly and easily build a website.
Part of that is a tool that uses machine learning to automatically suggest graphic design elements for your site. For instance, if you change the background image on a site to something dark, it'll automatically make your text brighter and bolder so it remains legible, while tweaking the overall color scheme so it's all complementary