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(NEWSER) – Do you dread replying to emails, especially while on the go? Google's Inbox by Gmail app has a crafty new feature that could eliminate the task by writing responses for you. The Smart Reply feature is basically like auto-suggest but for phrases rather than words, reports Buzzfeed.

The feature reads an incoming email—Google stresses there aren't any humans reading your email, but rather a "deep-learning" neural network—then suggests three grammatically correct replies that are between three and six words long, per Wired. For example, if your boss asks about your vacation plans, the feature might suggest, "No plans yet," "I just sent them to you," or "I'm working on them." Click on one, and it gets sent off immediately, though you can also edit the replies if you choose.

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