Gmail's getting an AI-powered Smart Compose feature for faster emailing

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On the first day of its Google I/O annual developers conference, Google announced a smart new feature for Gmail, which will type out emails for you.

Today at Google's I/O 2018 keynote event, the company revealed Smart Compose, new feature for Gmail rolling out soon.

Smart Compose uses AI to figure out what you're trying to talk about and suggest words and even full phrases, like autocorrect on steroids. Smart Compose builds on a feature Gmail introduced a year ago called Smart Reply, which is created to speed up response time when you're replying to messages. If the recipient is using a non-Gmail client, they can click on the link to access a Gmail-hosted portal, where they can see the confidential content. Head to Settings - Try The New Gmail - and go for it. It can also add contextual phrases such as "Have a great weekend" if you're blasting off an email on Friday.

The tech giant claims that Smart Compose will cut back on repetitive writing while reducing the chance for spelling and grammar errors.

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Smart Compose will roll out later this month to all Gmail users. Google Photos will recognize the presence of those friends in pictures, and automatically suggest that the user shares those pictures with those specific contacts.

The feature isn't available to everyone just yet, but it will be available in the coming weeks. If you want to request for money, you just need to select Request Money option from the same menu by selecting the Attach option.

To turn it on, simply go to "Settings" and then enable "Experimental Access".

Google said that the latest spamming attack hasn't compromised any user accounts, so there's no reason to believe your Gmail has been hacked.

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