Alright, so check this out. There was this I/O event in 2023, put on by the tech giants at Google, and they unveiled this new note-taking app called ‘Project Tailwind.’ It’s got all this crazy artificial intelligence tech behind it, specifically Gemini Pro. It’s supposed to be some next-level note-taking app that uses AI to do all kinds of cool stuff. When it first dropped, there was literally a line of people waiting to test it out. But now, fast forward a bit, Google’s come out with another AI-powered app called ‘NotebookLM,’ which is only available to folks 18 and up in the U.S.
So, let’s talk about what NotebookLM can do. You can upload docs or copy-paste content, and the app’s AI will analyze it and give you options based on what you’re looking for. You can even ask questions to the virtual assistant and it spits out results – pretty wild stuff.
Now, Google wasn’t too sure who the real audience was for this thing, so they opened up early access and got feedback from students and professors. They used that input to make sure it’s hitting the right notes for those types of users. The app can do things like auto-generate summaries and make study guides, among other features. And there’s even more of these AI tools that Google is working on, so it’s just gonna keep getting better.
Okay, but here’s the real question – what about Google’s other note-taking app, ‘Keep’? Is this NotebookLM gonna replace it, or what? We’ll just have to wait and see what Google’s got in store. Just recently, they launched this new thing called Gemini, which uses OpenAI’s GPT-4. But who knows if that’s all legit or if it’s just for the cameras, you know what I mean? Gonna have to keep an eye on this one.