Google Assistant Gaining Support for Multiple Requests, Continued Conversations

Google Assistant Gaining Support for Multiple Requests, Continued Conversations

Google CEO Sundar Pichai introduced Duplex earlier this week in the company's annual developer's conference Google I/O and demonstrated how the AI system could book an appointment at a salon and a table at a restaurant.

Google is also revamping the "Do Not Disturb" mode with Android P. To activate it, just turn your phone over on its screen, Samat said, though in an emergency, "starred contacts" will still be able to reach you.

Google News has always seemingly been a side project at Google. Google is developing new controls, expected in Android P, meant to pry you away from your smartphone and YouTube. The Assistant has received a wide welcome from users thanks to its ability to handle more tasks.

But not everyone will see the new Android features soon - if at all.

Google also introduced some new voice varieties for its virtual assistant.

The new app starts at the "For You" screen, which is similar to the Google app feed and Chrome New Tab page.

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The app also has easy-to-use and easy-to-access controls so that users can decide if they want to see more or less of a topic or publisher. But the other party in that call that Google Assistant can place for you has not agreed to have his or her voiced interpreted or recorded by a robot.

Apart from that, connecting to Bluetooth device is also now a breeze as you can see the menu pop-up right there up-front, so fewer taps are getting you to the vital things. "Natural language, understanding, deep learning, text to speech". "Via our reinforced relation, Qualcomm Technologies and Google are set to extend the scope for Android and make it simpler for OEMs to roll out handsets operating on Snapdragon mobile platforms", he claims further.

Google also rolled out a new version of its Google News at the I/O 2018. This will include headlines from different sources, videos, local news reports, social commentary and many more.

The development is yet another step into a surreal new world, one reminiscent of HBO's "West World", where a character who is asked if she is real, responds, "Well, if you can't tell, it doesn't matter".

The AR experience will also be closely integrated with search rather than within Google Play or in-app advertisements.

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