The latest ChatGPT tools have capabilities designed specifically for both live and virtual meetings.
With AskFred by Fireflies.ai, you can have ChatGPT-like conversations with your meetings instantly. AskFred can share what was discussed in the meeting, when a specific topic came up, or what the action items or engineering tasks were. For follow-up, it can generate emails, tweets or even drafts of blog posts based on the meeting transcript. Or users can search for soundbites about a certain topic that was discussed to share with others on the team.
Laxis just announced a major update to its AI meeting assistant, which now has ChatGPT-like features. The new LaxisChat feature allows attendees to ask questions of the AI after a meeting and get real-time answers. LaxisChat can be integrated into existing meeting platforms and tools such as Webex or Zoom.
Intelligent Recap for Microsoft Teams Premium
For virtual team meetings,Microsoft has just inserted ChatGPT into its Microsoft Teams Premium. The new tool, called Intelligent Recap, is intended to reduce the time employees spend sifting through their meeting minutes and trying to pull out action items. It can generate chapters by dividing the meeting into sections to help users choose the content most relevant to them, and includes personalized time markers of when people joined and left the meeting, when their names were mentioned, and when they shared their screens.
This is just the beginning of AI tools for meetings. Google is in the testing phase of its AI entrant, “Bard,” which, when released later this year, will compete head on with the ChaptGPT tool backed by Microsoft.
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