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Penn alum John Legend's voice is coming to Google Assistant

10 Mai 2018

The company plans to use artificial intelligence to power Google News. However, you can use the Google Assistant to have the auto turn on the AC, adjust the temperature and much more. It will also get Google Assistant integration later this year. He said that the processors are so powerful that they need liquid cooling technology to keep them cool. However, there's no word on how exactly will Google Assistant work with these services. In fact, if you happen to have a Sony Xperia XZ2, or Nokia 7 Plus, you may be able to receive an official Android P beta build from your vendor. VentureBeat reports that Google's Android Studio integrated development environment is one of the first such tools to get the Chrome app container treatment. Under this feature, Google news lines up all different perspectives around a story into a chronological timeline coupled with related tweets, opinions, analyses, and more.

This latest update is equipped with some more unique features like a new Dashboard, for instance, shows how much time a user has spent on a particular app. The update allows you to park your vehicle, open Google Maps, and tap on the blue location dot.

Huffman gave an example of recent viral video of a Grandma trying to communicate with her Google Home, which sees her saying "Hey Googoo" for every time she wants to ask it a question. Imagine being able to carry your Android TV device around with you pretty much like a Chromecast.

Newly announced at Google I/O, meanwhile, is the ADT-2 Android TV developer device.

Google said it will roll out the technology, called Duplex, as an experiment in coming weeks. The new AR feature aims to eliminate that problem by utilizing your smartphone's camera to overlay directions into the real world to help you figure out which way to go. The assistant's intonation was flawless, with the machine throwing in some natural "umm" s and "hmmm" s before it answered.

The giant has also introduced a new feature called Slush which is basically a new gesture for your phone. "Adaptive brightness" will learn how bright you like your screen based on manual adjustments, instead of automatically adjusting based on the how bright it is. "That's why content in Full Coverage is the same for everyone-it's an impersonalised view of events from a range of trusted news sources", says Google. As mentioned above, the update will be available for the limited number of devices and it is not an open for all the Android device due to hardware limitations. The AI-driven Assistant is getting more sophisticated with each passing year and will soon be able to carry out simple day-to-day tasks for you, such as placing a call to make a restaurant reservation or book a hair appointment when you're too busy to do it yourself.

Penn alum John Legend's voice is coming to Google Assistant