TechJuice for Browser: Get breaking news notifications on your browser. Google uses the event to get the developer community up to speed with any new hardware it is developing and all the software or updates it plans to push out to products. Google has added a number of new features like navigation gestures, a new dashboard and more.
The company's also using AI to predict what you're most likely to do after an action is performed or app opened. With this feature, Assistant will be able to understand complex queries like "What's the weather like in NY and in Austin?" more easily.
Google's "Pretty Please" feature will teach kids some manners when parents have no idea how to stop them from being jerks.
Google announced Routines for Google Assistant previous year that allowed users to perform multiple actions with just a single command.
Google Assistant is now available on 500 million devices globally, Scott Huffman, vice president of Google Assistant revealed. That's cool. Isn't it?
Google Assistant is now available on more than 500 million devices, across tablets, phones, speakers, TVs, and cars, a figure that will only increase with the news that Google Home is landing in seven more countries this year. For giving a more natural feel the Assistant even displayed hesitations and affirmations during the phone calls like "err" or "mm-hmm". The AI-powered feature uses machine learning to rely upon the phone's camera and give you contextual information about your surroundings.
Back in October 2017, Google announced that it would be releasing a male voice to accompany the female Google Assistant voice.
Stay tuned as we will be covering more announcements and happenings at the Google I/O 2018 conference. TechJuice tried this in Urdu, but it turns out this language doesn't work with Google Assistant.
Google is working on artificial intelligence (AI) technology that is able to make phone calls on behalf of users to confirm reservations and appointments. You just swipe up on the app in question, without having to long-press on it like you do on the iPhone X. Google will start testing this feature this summer.