Superhuman AI Deploys AI-Powered Instant Response Feature; Get multiple drafts for each conversation


With the recent boom in artificial intelligence (AI), companies are working to integrate this technology into their range of services. In addition to traditional businesses adopting AI, new AI applications have also emerged, aiming to make our lives easier. One such tool is Superhuman AI, which simplifies sending emails, making the process easier and more efficient. Now, Superhuman AI has rolled out a new feature called Instant Reply that further enhances its capabilities, automatically writing replies for your email.

Superhuman AI: what is it?

Superhuman is yet another AI-powered tool that allows users to generate quick and detailed emails in seconds. It was developed in collaboration with OpenAI, the company behind the popular AI chatbot ChatGPT. It offers a suite of AI capabilities that “save teams more than 10 million hours each year.” And recover 4 hours every week.” With options like email drafting, document summarization, language translation and more, it’s your email companion that does the heavy lifting.

Read also: Everything you need to know about superhuman AI

Instant response

Superhuman AI’s latest feature is called Instant Reply. It uses AI to automatically generate draft responses to your emails. The company claims to present 3 drafts for each conversation. These drafts are complete responses and are pre-computed, ready to send with just a tap or click. This feature comes after the introduction of the Auto Summarize feature and the rollout of Superhuman AI to iPhone and iPad.

Announcing this feature, Rahul Vohra, CEO of Superhuman said, “Imagine waking up to an inbox where every email contains a draft reply. You would simply edit and then send. Sometimes you wouldn’t even want to edit.

The company says the Instant Reply feature matches the voice and tone of emails you’ve already sent, applying them to everything it creates. If you use Superhuman AI, this feature will be available in the coming days.

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