Through the doors of CES 2020 just opened, Google hasn't missed your specific appointment And he's already making news that, from today and in the next few months, he'll be reaching out to his virtual assistant.
And that's one year Google Assistant is one of the best platforms at CES 2020, not only for new devices with the support of Google Assistant, but your jobs a new assistant.
All new to Google Assistant
The first of the announced news is designed simplify the configuration of new devices connected to our smart home. Google shows that, from now on, when a user sets up a smart device using a manufacturer-provided app, the notification will allow you to connect the app with Google Assistant
On the other hand, "Programed Actionions" is active will be available by the end of 2020, and that would allow Turn on, off, start or stop a smart device automatically at a particular time. For example, Google places the command "OK, Google, open the coffee maker at six o'clock."
Google also promises to improve integration of Assistant to family lists. To do this, a working version of the digital "post-it" is introduced, which can be accessed by different family members through the Google Assistant version on smart screens. In a sense, the immediate driving feature will also be included to call immediate family members.
He voice engine The life-giving Google Assistant will also reach the top. New work for a natural reading of long texts It will facilitate listening to web pages and articles, based on a set of new information that produces natural and audible voices.
To conclude, Google announces that Voice commands focused on maintaining user privacy are entered like "OK, Google, that wasn't yours," but not before you remember it The assistant already exists on over one billion devices worldwide, and that will continue to expand its availability this year with new devices of all kinds.
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