Google steps up voice assistant to understand natural language

Google steps up voice assistant to understand natural language

One of the main announcements from the recent Google I/O is the improvement of their voice assistant algorithm that’s been constantly impressive when searching. Now, Google is taking a further step.



Google has introduced the Google assistant. What’s different about it? The assistant now understands the natural flow of conversation, much like how Siri and Cortana perform in better days. Asking questions will now be easier and more natural. For example, when asking about a certain location and Google has given the overview about it, you can have follow-up questions regarding the topic.

The Google assistant is slated to work Google Home, Allo and Duo when they get launched.

This article was contributed by Daniel Morial, a film school graduate and technology enthusiast. He's the geeky encyclopedia and salesman among his friends for anything tech.

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2 Responses

  1. Still can’t tell how much time before phone battery dies or do local phone commands or give local phone info. Is this on Playstore already?

    • Sieg says:

      This is not a separate app, it’s google’s proprietary assistant that is already embedded on every android smartphone like apple’s siri and windows’ cortana. I suggest you read more about virtual assistants in order to clarify what you can’t and what you can do at the moment while waiting for new improvements and updates to be implemented in your device (if your phone manufacturer decides to even release one).

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