Monday, 21 May 2018

Google wants to answer back to that voice inside your head

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Thursday 19 May 16

Search giant wants to make its new 'conversational' digital assistant as pervasive as possible.

Google late Wednesday unveiled an upgraded personal digital assistant designed to respond conversationally to any thought or query you might have. Aptly titled Google Assistant, it uses the company's artificial intelligence technology to provide a more intuitive experience. "We want users to have an ongoing, two-way dialogue with Google," said Google CEO Sundar Pichai, during the keynote presentation at this year's I/O developer conference…

Google late Wednesday unveiled an upgraded personal digital assistant designed to respond conversationally to any thought or query you might have. Aptly titled Google Assistant, it uses the company's artificial intelligence technology to provide a more intuitive experience. "We want users to have an ongoing, two-way dialogue with Google," said Google CEO Sundar Pichai, during the keynote presentation at this year's I/O developer conference…

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