Inbox introduces "Smart Reply"

Personally, I've stopped using Inbox ... but I'm constantly curious about getting back into it.  Today, Inbox by Gmail has introduced a new feature (may take a week or so for rollout) where it'll use some of it's machine learning to understand context of the emails you get, and then offer some preset 'smart replies' for you.

The example they show is that someone is asking for a file, and it offers the options of "I don't sorry" or "I'll send it to you" or "I will have to look for you"... very apropos for the situation.

Now, will it learn other scenarios too?  We'll have to wait for the rollout to see.



Source:  http://gmailblog.blogspot.ca/2015/11/computer-respond-to-this-email.html
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