Google As­sis­tant - your new AI chat­bot

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Af­ter the in­creas­ing pop­u­lar­ity of Cor­tana, Alexa, M, and of course our fa­vorite Ap­ple Siri, Google is here with its “con­ver­sa­tional” as­sis­tant - Google As­sis­tant. Based on the nat­u­ral lan­guage pro­cess­ing it is us­ing, Google As­sis­tant looks like an up­graded ver­sion of Google Now.

The as­sis­tant is more than just a chat­bot, it is an on­go­ing two-way di­a­logue be­tween the user and Google, which un­der­stands the user’s world and helps her get things done. It can do ev­ery­thing from buy­ing movie tick­ets, sug­gest­ing you a restau­rant on the way to your movie, and then help you nav­i­gate to the theatre. Though Google hasn’t launched the voice as­sis­tant yet, but its pre­vail­ing fea­tures are enough to show­case the lack of func­tion­al­i­ties that Siri is cur­rently pro­vid­ing.

Google As­sis­tant is cre­ated to work seam­lessly across dif­fer­ent de­vices and con­texts. So any­time you feel a need of a help­ing hand, sum­mon Google As­sis­tant no mat­ter where you are or what the con­text is. It is build to work on Google Home speaker, Allo - Google’s new mes­sag­ing app, and An­droid Auto.

Im­age: At­tendee at Google I/O ex­pe­ri­enc­ing Google As­sis­tant

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