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Eleena Tovar | 15 Abril, 2018, 22:40

Google has launched a new feature called 'Talk to Books' letting you literally do exactly what the name suggests by the help of Artificial intelligence. There are a number of technologies it could use the new AI feature in, like video chats like Hangouts or Duo.

According to TechCrunch, users can configure the expiration date to have their emails disappear after 1 week, 1 month, multiple years, etc. They can also ask the email recipient to confirm their identity with a passcode sent via text message. A new snooze feature also lets you temporarily remove emails from your inbox until a certain time, so you can avoid certain email threads until you're ready to reply.

This new feature is meant to substantially increase the security of the Gmail users. Researchers first trained the system to recognize the voice of a single individual voice talking, this gave the system a base noise to focus on.

The redesigned Gmail for web users will be available in the coming weeks.

The new design changes implemented in Gmail have been awaited by very many people for a long time and, now, they will be implemented to bring an improved user experience.

The yet-to-be introduced feature works quite much like expiring emails in "ProtonMail" in which the email becomes unreadable after some time.

TechCrunch, who received the information from a tipster with early access, points out this could be a ploy to get more Gmail users' phone numbers.

An earlier 2014 ruling in the European Court of Justice that online links to outdated and irrelevant subject matter should be removed when requested has resulted in 669,355 requests for links to be removed from websites, about half of which were successful, The Telegraph reported. However, the leaker was able to seize a screenshot of the email content. Facebook tried to purchase equipment from Ubiquiti on the condition that Facebook can install its own software in it, which was refused by Ubiquiti.