Gboard, the keyboard Android app developed by Google, wants to use GIFs, stickers, and emoji. According to Google, it can sometimes be difficult and time-consuming for users to select their preferred emoji and stickers, which is where its automated suggestions come into play. To take advantage of the new feature. The keyboard application determines whether or not it is correct. The term GIF icon appears in the top left corner of the interface. Tapping this icon wants to reveal a selection of emoji, stickers, and GIFs. The feature is currently limited to English, although Google says it will roll out the functionality to more languages in the near future. Furthermore, Google guarantees that despite the addition of the AI-powered feature, the privacy of the users will continue to be under threat. [1
Aside from substantial under-the-hood improvements, Google recently introduced several new user-facing features to Gboard , E.g. clipboard manager feature which allows users to copy multiple lines of text and paste them to another Android app or document. Users can add, delete, or pin clips using this feature, and access the functionality through the android keyboard. So Google recently introduced a feature that alerts users when the app discovers content relevant to the text that they have typed. Meanwhile, the personalized stickers feature, another functionality that Google recently added to the Gboard app, uses a combination of machine learning, neural networks, and artist illustrations to create stickers from user photos. Bold and Sweet.
Impact: Google emphasizes that stickers, emoji, and GIFs are important components of online communications, suggesting the main goal of the latest Gboard addition to help users communicate over the World Wide Web more easily. As the company's focus on AI continues to grow, more functionalities driven by federated learning are likely to be introduced to Gboard moving forward. In the meantime, AI content suggestions are already live on a global level.