The AI It has begun to enter our lives in different ways and, in fact, it has even led us to doubt the reality that surrounds us, as is the case with the photographs of the Pope that have gone viral on Twitter. But this is not all since applications and programs have integrated Artificial intelligence as is the case of Zoom.
Yes, the popular video conferencing platform that reached its peak of users in the pandemic is still active and has users. In addition, over the last few years it has integrated different functionalities such as the ones that we are going to see that are based on Artificial Intelligence and that can make video calls be more enjoyable
And, is that, the last feature that Zoom has launched arrives to make sure you do not miss a thing in a meeting, even if you arrive late. What this feature does is automatically summarize after the meeting endsmarking the key points that have been covered so that you do not lose information.
This makes it much easier for participants to remember what was discussed and keep track of any tasks assigned to them. Users can choose to include specific sections, such as an attendee list, agenda summary, or meeting transcript. You can even be asked questions in real time.
The new feature of Zoom will make you not miss any meeting thanks to the AI
Another new feature is email integration. Zoom AI can now automatically detect and extract important information from meeting-related emails, such as meeting invites, agendas, and follow-up emails or anything else.
This information is displayed on the user’s Zoom dashboard, making it easy to keep track of all your meetings in one place. This tool automatically schedules Zoom meetings based on the content of the user’s emails, making it easy to manage time.
For example, if an email includes the phrase “let’s meet next week,” the Meeting Assistant will suggest meeting times and dates based on the user’s availability. These new AI-powered features are a welcome addition to the tool suite of Zoom that wants to compete face to face with that of Google in video calls.