Google’s New “Vids” Software Injects AI into your Workspace Videos


Google’s been a bit busy lately – with its annual I/O conference coming up, the announcement of its new Find My Device network and new Axion CPUs, the Mountain View company certainly has a lot on its plate. With that in mind, Google recently announced new AI features for its workspace services during this year’s Cloud Next conference in Las Vegas.

More specifically, the company unveiled its new “Google Vids” feature, a video-creation tool which works alongside AI software. While other apps like Docs and Sheets allow for collaborative browser-based work for documents and such, Vids will provide a means to allow users to create video content based on user files such as text documents, images, and more. Users can also work together in real-time, all from their web browser.

Since it features generative AI capabilities, Vids lets users create their own video content from text prompts – all one has to do is type in a description of what they want their video to look like. Vids will then generate a video based on the prompt, which users can then edit with their preferred text, images, clips, and such.

It’s not yet available at the moment though – Google says that the feature is still undergoing testing, although it should be ready to rollout sometime in June for testers in Google Labs.

Mike Viray
A writer and content creator with a love for tech and music, Mike is also an avid gamer as well. He and his wife are big fans of Mario Kart.

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