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Most people are probably familiar with the “smart compose” feature in Gmail, where Artificial Intelligence is used to extrapolate the words you might be typing next.  It’s much, much better than autocorrect and predictive text on the iPhone.

Google recently expanded this feature to some users of Google, primarily businesses.

However, they are not planning to do so for schools who use G Suite for Education.

That’s a disappointment, because it could be a very helpful language-learning tool for English Language Learners.  I hope they eventually expand it!

Here’s an example of how it works: