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Google is releasing Stack, a new application for managing your documents

Google is releasing Stack, a new application for managing your documents

Are you tired of struggling with dozens of files stacking your invoice and expense statements? Google wants to fix this by stacking, its new usage increased with artificial intelligence.

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The application comes from developer Christopher Petrikel, and it already promises to transform our daily lives. Never lose an important document, expense statement or bank receipt again Google has now introduced the stock. Designed by Incubator Section 120, This new application is still in the testing phase and is currently only available in the United States. Thanks to machine learning, the site wants to impose itself on our daily lives by playing customized secretaries.

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Stack’s goal is so simple, one wonders why Google hasn’t thought about this before. Thanks to your smartphone’s camera, the app is really capable Scan any important document, Analyze it to find its content Categorize automatically In one of the types of documents you have already defined. Once scanned and saved, each document can be analyzed via AI to identify important information contained in it (due date, invoice size, etc.). What allows the user to find his documents very easily via the search menu. However, we hope that the application will allow us to import the files without first scanning them, which will be very practical by the time most of our documents are made dematerialized.

And security level?

Obviously, the storage and analysis of important documents refers to questions about data security. For this, Google provided a Rather the inevitable answer. That is really possible Lock local access to the stack By password or biometric data. In its official statement, Google also explains that it can enable automatic synchronization of the driver’s application, although it does not specify whether the documents in question will benefit the additional security layer.

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