Google Assistant, the artificial intelligence based artificial voice of the research giant, will now be available for iPhones. Currently Google Assistant is used worldwide by more than 100 million Android devices.
While Apple has the smart assistant Siri, the first of its kind in the world, has the Google Assistant, the challenge to some extent, while iOS users have a choice. Since Google Assistant does not natively integrate Siri, it is unlikely that the Apple wizard is replaced.
At Google I /O 2017, said Scott Huffman, Assistant Vice President, Google Assistant now conversations because natural language can understand. It claims that nearly 70 percent of Google’s claims in natural language assistant and keywords. The Assistant can now understand the contextual meaning of the requests made to him to give meaningful comments. Additionally, Google has the ability to input types to the Assistant.
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Google can soon user’s Assistant a conversation based on what they see on the Google Lens app. Users can simply point their smartphone camera to a subject and ask the wizard for pertinent information about it. According to Huffman can immediately recognize Google Assistant to what looks like a user and related suggestions.
Google Assistant brings in French, German, Portuguese and Brazilian over.
Finally, Google Assistant actions now support transactions. This means that users can pay for services without leaving Google wizard. For example, users can order food in a restaurant of your choice, and check Google pay. Users must use their fingerprints to verify transactions.
Google has already announced that the wizard will also be extended to non-pixel devices, starting with Nexus phones. The assistant can now do much more if fixing a book of the agenda, suggestions of restaurants and even playing games with the user.
Note: Google Assistant, company’s AI-based voice assistant will now be available for iPhones.