Google LLC is improving its digital assistant’s capabilities, adding a new feature that’s meant to enable more fluid and open-ended conversations. Continued Conversation for Google Assistant, announced at Google’s I/O developer conference in May, is designed to make follow-up questions feel more realistic, company officials said. “For the Google Assistant to have a natural conversation, it should be able to understand when it’s being spoken to and should be capable of responding to several requests during an interaction,” Google wrote in a blog post. The feature comes as a response to complaints from some Google Assistant users that it doesn’t feel natural to have to keep saying “Hey Google” before asking a new question each time, as has always been the case. With Continued Conversation, the Google Assistant will now remain at the ready, so to speak, in order to answer followup questions without users needing to say the activation phrase first. So for example, if a user asks Google Assistant about today’s weather and she’s informed that it will be raining that afternoon, she can then say something such as, “Remind me to buy a rain jacket this morning” without needing to say “Hey Google” first. The digital assistant will… Read full this story
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