The company at that time also specified a shortcut to let users easily unsubscribe from unwanted newsletters using Gmail's AI algorithms.
Enabling this feature is pretty simple - all you need to do is head into settings menu of your Gmail app and then select "high priority only" from the notifications drop-down.
Google just released an AI ethics guide on the tails of terminating a controversial contract with the Pentagon to help it develop military technology - developers working at Google protested having to create technology they disagreed with.
As explained over on the G Suite Updates blog, this new features does exactly what it says on the tin.
The feature is rolling out over the next few days but its arrival may be subject to your corporate administrative process before you see it. If you use Gmail, you can now enjoy the best of both worlds - notifications enabled, but no spam alerts.
And with this new email function that wants to reduce the number of push notifications people receive, AI has to understand the email contents to know whether to notify recipients. Notifications will mainly be sent for mails which are considered important or urgent. On a related note, earlier this month Google announced that it will be bringing out the new Gmail design it introduced in April, out of the Early Adopter Program and will roll it out to everyone. The snooze button allows users to put off an email that they'd like to get back to later. While Google promises an update "soon", they haven't provided any more specific details. It will be available in the next two to three days for iOS users.