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Discord Will Use A.I. to Give You Summaries of Your Conversations

Discord announced today how it was implementing A.I. into its platform, including the option to generate summaries of your conversations.

In a new press release today, Discord confirmed a new AI-generated feature called Conversation Summaries, which will compile many messages into topics. As you can see from the image below, the Conversation Summaries feature shows up as a drop-down menu with an extended version appearing on the right side of the Discord window.

A screenshot of Discord’s Conversation Summaries feature. | Image credit: Discord

The feature is useful if you have been away from Discord for a bit and want a quick digest of active conversations in your server. Suppose you have a server with multiple channels (and a ton of messages). In that case, Conversation Summaries is an excellent way to digest everything you may have missed and makes responding to conversations most relevant to you a lot more seamless.

Conversation Summaries can be enabled in Server Settings, and it will begin rolling out the feature to a limited number of servers starting next week. A public release date has yet to be announced.

A screenshot of Discord's bot Clyde being used as a chatbot. | Image credit: Discord
A screenshot of Discord’s bot Clyde being used as a chatbot. | Image credit: Discord

In addition, Discord announced that Clyde (the robot appearing on the Discord logo) will be “coming to artificially intelligent life” starting next week. Similar to chatbots like ChatGPT, users will have the opportunity to ask Clyde questions and have extended conversations with the bot.

Discord notes in the press release that by typing “@Clyde” in a server, you can chat with Clyde on any channel, though the bot can also perform other tasks, such as recommending playlists or starting a thread for a group of you and your friends.

AI is on the rise

Discord’s new announcements in AI come as recent months have shown an expansion of AI across various industries. The most notable one is the growing popularity of OpenAI’s chatbot, ChatGPT. Other companies are following suit, most notably Google, which announced last month that it was working on its own chatbot called Bard.

Other ways companies are tapping into artificial intelligence include Microsoft updating its Bing and Edge search engines with the same AI technology foundation that ChatGPT uses. While companies like Nvidia rolled out RTX Video Super Resolution, a new feature introduced in the company’s latest GPU driver that uses artificial intelligence to upscale low-res and blurry YouTube videos.

Taylor is the Associate Tech Editor at IGN. You can follow her on Twitter @TayNixster.

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