Gmail: Google's approach to email
Googles aprilfools joke
Googles April Fools Day Joke
Happy April 1st!
Even more from Google, and even sillier
Gmail AutopilotTM by CADIE The easiest email could possibly be. As more and more everyday communication takes place over email, lots of people have complained about how hard it is to read and respond to every message. This is because they actually read and respond to all their messages. Sample Autopilot responses Respond to business proposals Manage relationships Match your personal styleApril Fools: YouTube Flails, Amazon Cloud Computing In A Blimp, 3D Chrome Browsing, Google Masters A.I.
http://tr.im/i5Fw [from http://twitter.com/hardmanjustin/statuses/1431735725]
april fool's 2009 roundup
Did you catch all of these April Fools pranks?CADIE: Cognitive Autoheuristic Distributed-Intelligence Entity
April fool's joke, or Google's Next Big Thing? You decide.
(from Zac Malmquist) If any of you used Google on April 1, then you may have stumbled across this announcement from Google - Happy April Fools Day.
Cognitive Autoheuristic Distributed-Intelligence Entity
Google introduces first distributed intelligence entity. First thing it does, posts a wicked annoying blog. http://bit.ly/HycW [from http://twitter.com/AdamPieniazek/statuses/1429695012]
Google's April Fool's joke for 2009 - they launched an AI, which behaves exactly like a 12-year-old girl. Her homepage looks like a geocities page, and she's "enhanced" every google app with some hilarious features, including 3-D glasses for Chrome, and an autoreply feature for Gmail.