Microsoft is quite confident when it comes to the artificial intelligence it has developed, so it will be included in the mega-popular Word in a way that serves as a prediction of the text that the user writes. Something like that, if it worked the right way, would be true evolution.
Because we all know what it’s like when we write messages on smartphones or tablets. They recognize certain patterns of sentences, so a sequel is offered, which means we just have to click on the word instead of typing it. It saves time, but it’s practical, especially if our hands are busy, so it’s easier to do everything with a few clicks instead of tapping on the letters.
Putting something like that in Word so that there is an identical way on which computers would work on writing text would greatly help and speed up the work of many. Especially to those who write texts similar to each other on a daily basis. Although this has not yet been confirmed by Microsoft for Word, the information was “broken” by Office Insider, and it overlaps with the fact that something like this has recently been enabled for Outlook, which is also an extremely useful detail.
One should know that the prediction will not try to control what the user writes but will offer suggestions at the end of the word currently being typed. If the prediction is correct, just press the Tab key and the word will be typed. In theory, a few pressures on the Tab could print an entire sentence. All of this user in North America can already try out on Outlook for the Web, and hopefully, this will soon be made possible globally. If not before, then definitely with the recent Office 2021.
It is also necessary to know that everything is based primarily on the English language, but artificial intelligence could very quickly react in any other language through all the collected data of the user with whom it “cooperates”. So, everything is like on smartphones and tablets.