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10 Dec, 2023
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Google's experimental AI-powered note-taking app, NotebookLM, is now available to users across the United States, offering a range of new features and enhanced capabilities.

The app, which has been in testing, is "starting" to utilize Google's advanced Gemini Pro AI model to enhance document understanding and reasoning, according to the company.

NotebookLM, known for its ability to summarize imported documents, extract key points, and answer questions related to notes, is introducing a transformative feature. Users can now convert their notes into various document formats, with the app automatically suggesting options like outlines or study guides. Google emphasizes that users have the flexibility to choose their preferred format, such as an email, script outline, newsletter, and more.

In addition to the document transformation feature, NotebookLM now provides suggested actions based on users' activities within the app. For instance, when writing a note, the app may offer tools to refine prose or suggest related ideas from sources based on the content.

Other notable additions include the ability to save useful responses as notes, share notes with others, and focus the AI on specific sources during interactions.

Google is also addressing some of NotebookLM's limitations by allowing users to include up to 20 sources in their notebooks, each with a maximum of 200,000 words. Originally introduced as "Project Tailwind" at Google's I/O conference in May, NotebookLM was initially available to a limited group of testers. The recent expansion opens access to all users aged 18 and older in the US.