You will soon get an AI personal assistant in Zoom

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You will soon get an AI personal assistant in Zoom

Zoom was the app of the corona time. We all started having a lot more video conferences due to the lockdowns and not everyone wanted to use Teams. Google Meet was an option, but there was also a new star on the horizon that was a little less of a hassle to use: Zoom. Zoom came, had some privacy issues, but prevailed. The video conferencing tool is still widely used and is now being expanded to include a kind of secretary in artificial intelligence form.

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Zoom was very useful during corona, because you didn’t need an account for it. You could just click on a link and you were in the meeting. That this also came with his privacy problems, they have known that at the company. You could join a meeting in a very simple way and secretly listen in. Not very safe, so Zoom soon built in new systems to ensure that this could not just happen.

Zoom is still used by many individuals and companies to coordinate online. While we haven’t had any really exciting updates on the app for a while, there’s finally something pretty exciting to share. Zoom is – just like just about all software you know – equipped with artificial intelligence. It comes in the form of a personal assistant that helps you better control your meetings.

Zoom IQ

Zoom IQ

Zoom writes: Today, we’re announcing that we’re extending the capabilities of Zoom IQ into a smart companion that enables collaboration and empowers people’s potential by summarizing chat conversations, organizing ideas, creating content for chat and email, creating meeting agendas and much more.” In short, these are really things that are normally in the hands of a personal assistant. It now comes in artificial intelligence form to help everyone: even those who have never had a secretary.

It can take a lot of work off your hands by using AI for your meetings. AI created by… OpenAI, the company behind ChatGPT. Zoom IQ already existed in a smaller form, namely to display highlights of meeting recordings and note action points, but now it goes a little further. One of the most notable new features is that if you are late in a meeting, IQ will give you a quick summary of what you missed. That in turn saves someone having to redo the story, while the people who were on time have to hear it again.

In text, Zoom IQ can do anything to make the meeting compact and readable without missing important things. The new capabilities will not be rolled out until April and only on the basis of an email invitation. So it remains to be seen until Zoom IQ is much more widely available.

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