AI for the masses is already here

Partner Content AI used to feel like a far off possibility - a complex, expensive technology belonging to tech billionaires and giant corporations. But today, the genie is out of the bottle.

According to Quocirca's AI trends study 2024, 70 percent of respondents across the UK, France, Germany, and the US state that some form of AI is already used within their organisation, with 30 percent indicating that AI will be in use within 12 months.

In short, it's already right here at your fingertips. With so much AI technology out there, it can feel overwhelming knowing where to begin, and finding end-to-end generative AI which already works where your teams do.

Which is why so many decision-makers are choosing Gemini for Google Workspace. Designed as an AI-powered assistant to boost productivity within Google Workspace apps like Gmail, Docs, and Sheets (all of which are used extensively by small businesses everywhere) Gemini is a prime example of AI that's both convenient and easily accessible.

In fact, it's so popular it's caught the attention of Mark Cuban. You can watch a short video of his own experience using the tool with pharmaceutical firm Cost Plus Drugs, here. For example, as someone that gets thousands of emails a day, Mark loves the Smart Reply function.

He also calls out the billing transparency and security which Gemini for Google Workspace provides, as well as its ability to translate other languages during Google Meet conference calls with people on the other side of the world.

Mark's not the only one getting on board. From presentation creation to blog writing, helping with sales proposals, campaign plans and personalised messaging, Gemini slots easily into your existing Workspace setup for a modest subscription fee of £17-25 a month.

It can also go some way to speeding up daily operations by automating email replies and spotting research trends which could lead to new business opportunities, backed by Google's guarantee that the sensitive information you store and process in Workspace will never be sold to a third party, or used to train AI models outside of Workspace without your permission.

Don't just take Google's word for it though - customers have praised it for helping them to save them time on repetitive tasks, freeing up their developers for higher-value work, speeding up email composition to enable faster response times, and taking automatic meeting notes.

Want to find out more about Gemini for Google Workspace? Head here to access a library of blogs, webinars and e-guides which will give you a better idea of how you too can unlock the productivity benefits which Gemini for Google Workspace can provide.

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