Dropbox is introducing two new AI-powered products to its platform, designed to improve how users search for information and tools, and also summarize information contained in their Dropbox files.
The two products are Dropbox Dash and Dropbox AI, both of which the company believes will help to accelerate its mission to support more enlightened and personalized ways of working.
“As more companies have transitioned to remote and hybrid work, we found that there’s no longer one single organized place where people feel productive and in control of their content,” said Sateesh Kumar Srinivasan, vice president and general manager of AI at Dropbox. “Data shows that we spend around 8.8 hours a week just searching for and collecting work. Dash and Dropbox AI provides a way for users to be more efficient with their work day, allowing them to spend more time on work that matters, instead of doing ‘work about work’.”