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all The Impact of AI on Productivity: Google and Microsoft Team Up to Integrate AI into Word, Excel, Gmail, and Beyond

Google and Microsoft are bringing artificial intelligence (AI) to Word, Excel, Gmail and more. It could boost productivity for us – but also cybercriminals.

As technology advances, so does the way we work. We’re now seeing a shift towards AI-powered tools that can help automate mundane tasks and make our lives easier. Google and Microsoft have both been investing heavily in this area over the past few years, introducing AI into their popular office suites such as Word, Excel and Outlook/Gmail.

The idea behind these new features is to save time by automating tedious processes like data entry or formatting documents. For example, Google recently introduced Smart Compose in its G Suite of products which uses natural language processing (NLP) to suggest words or phrases as you type emails or documents in Gmail or Docs respectively. Similarly, Microsoft has added an AI-powered grammar checker to its Office suite which can detect errors in your writing before you hit send on that important email!

These features are designed with productivity in mind – they should help us get things done faster without sacrificing accuracy or quality of work outputted. However there is another side to this coin; while these tools may be beneficial for us they could also be used by cybercriminals for malicious purposes too! For instance if someone was able to gain access to your account then they could use Smart Compose’s NLP capabilities to craft convincing phishing emails that look like they were written by you! Or if a hacker was able to inject malicious code into an Excel spreadsheet then it would be difficult for traditional antivirus software alone detect it due to the complexity of modern malware today – something only advanced AI algorithms might be able pick up on quickly enough before any damage is done!

So while these new AI-powered tools from Google and Microsoft may offer some great benefits when it comes improving our efficiency at work – we must remain vigilant against potential misuse from those who wish do harm online too! As always security best practices such as using strong passwords across all accounts should still apply here just as much as ever before – no matter how ‘smart’ our computers become!.

Original source article rewritten by our AI: The Conversation




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