The redesigned generative AI assistant for the video conferencing platform automates numerous meeting tasks for free.
Applications for productivity are always looking for new ways to use AI in ways that can make business professionals’ workflows better. As of late, Otter.ai, Slack, and Google Work environment revealed new artificial intelligence highlights and presently Zoom is following after accordingly.
Zoom’s “AI Companion,” formerly known as Zoom IQ, was unveiled this week. It is a brand-new generative AI assistant for the video conferencing service. The assistant is intended to assist in automating time-consuming and not necessarily productive tasks.
For instance, AI Companion will assist users in creating chat responses with a tone and length that are adaptable to their prompt and response requirements. The assistant will be able to assist with email composition and chat message summaries beginning later this month.
The man-made intelligence Sidekick will likewise help clients in better comprehension and connecting with their video calls. For instance, on the off chance that a participant is late for a gathering, the simulated intelligence right hand can rapidly get them up.
Attendees can review the AI Companion’s intelligent recordings after the meeting, which automatically divide the call into intelligent chapters for user review. In addition, the companion will draw attention to important details and even generate action items from the call.
If a user is unable to attend a meeting, they can view the AI Companion’s meeting summary, which includes highlights of significant topics and accounts of who spoke and what was said.
In the fall, additional AI Companion features will include the generation and display of ideas on a digital whiteboard for brainstorming and the detection of meeting intent in chat messages with an automatic scheduling button.
“Zoom does not use any of your audio, video, chat, screen sharing, attachments, or other communications-like customer content (such as poll results, whiteboard, and reactions) to train Zoom’s or third-party artificial intelligence models,” wrote Smita Hashim, chief product officer of Zoom. “In line with our commitment to responsible AI.”
Beginning today, paid Zoom plans can use the AI Companion at no additional cost. To access AI Companion, users can also upgrade to a paid plan option.