The workplace has been traditionally a digital cave with almost no access to the internet. An IOT has the potential to take those old ways one step further and make the workplace truly online as modern workers join the dots between their day-to-day and the seemingly intangible research required for jobs they may never have imagined. Now, Google Assistant can access this internet to produce the perfect recording of every voice, text, and sound sample that would work if it were added to a voice recognition system.

The Google AI is no longer restricted to be using search engine results, but can now input voice input as well. This is why you’ll see more recommendations for certain voice commands, such as letting it call someone for you. Speaking the words “Hey Google” turns it into a human-like voice. With a feature called Duplex, it can call a business, record, and even read back the requests from the caller that asked for directions or a quote.

Meanwhile, more and more is being done by the web using natural language processing and semantics. Today, Google announced the first ever Google Assistant Desktop Web App for PC and Chromebooks. This enables users to access the assistant on a desktop PC without having to download an app to it. Users will now have access to the same things they can use on their mobile devices. This includes browsing and quickly interacting with the Assistant using commands, reminders, chat, calendar, or calendar reminders.

This will allow our assistant to complete tasks like booking hotel rooms, searching Google, sending messages, shopping at the store, searching restaurant menus, turning off smart lightbulbs, and sending a calendar reminder – all without having to download an app on the PC.

The Google Assistant is growing ever more smart and friendly. However, voice control remains one of the most important capabilities in this service. Because of this, Google is constantly perfecting the smarts in its voice search to provide the best experience to end users. These are the traits that distinguished its head start in this market over other rivals such as Amazon’s Alexa. For Google, it was more than just the Smart Reply which featured on Google search, and the natural language search where it was able to understand what you were writing.

This may lead you to believe that Google is a little behind on these capabilities because voice commands are the future, but AI and neural networks have been much more sophisticated than just conversational natural language processing. The more we use these technologies like voice assistants, the smarter and more human-like they become. This is another boost for voice assistants and a knowledge assistant that knows when you are on your way to the office, and exactly how many minutes. When will voice assistant support even cars and other devices?

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