Google is introducing a new AI-related feature for smartphone users, Business Insider reports. This was revealed in an Alphabet blog post, which says that Gmail users will soon see a “best results” tab when they search for old messages or attachments in their Gmail app.

The top results section will be assisted by Google’s machine learning algorithms, which the company says will use the search term, some recent emails and other “relevant factors” in order to find what the user is looking for.

Alphabet only mentions the mobile version of Gmail, so it’s unclear if the feature will be available for browsers as well.

Last month, Google announced that accounts that have been inactive for two years will be deleted along with all content, including inbox data.

The new feature is another example of Google’s commitment to bringing artificial intelligence to its products.

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