Google Duplex sounds human when it, um, calls to book appointments

  • Google Duplex sounds human when it, um, calls to book appointments

Google Duplex sounds human when it, um, calls to book appointments

One of them is the much-talked about Google Assistant, which will now be powered by updated AI technology called Google Duplex, that will help the platform better understand human speech patterns, as well as replicate human conversations in real-world applications as seamlessly as possible. It's a big leap forward from the semi-mechanical voice used on the Google Home smart speaker.

"In the domain of making appointments, it passes the Turing test", Hennessy said at an I/O meeting.

Google clarified to The Verge that the experimental system would have a "disclosure built-in" that means that whenever Duplex gets involved in some type of verbal communication with a human at the other end, it would identify that the human is talking to an AI.

Google Duplex, the human-sounding AI assistant that can make phone calls for you, stunned us when it was demoed earlier this week.

"A vehicle assistance could call the ambulance in case of an emergency like an accident, and in this case, it is a life-saving technology".

Google has assured that all who will call bot, will be warnedAt Google promise to take measures to citizens, which will call a new bot, the Duplex, don't confused it with a real person, writes the Chronicle.info with reference on the Letters.

"If you've grown up watching "Star Trek TNG" like me then you probably considered natural voice interactions with computers a thing of the future", read a post by Andreas Schafer in the blog chat forum.

Perhaps the most talked-about announcement from Google is a new artificial intelligence voice technology called "Duplex" that works with Google's virtual Assistant. The new innovation imitates a human voice to make appointments.

"These machines could call on behalf of political parties and make ever more convincing recommendations for voting", Firth-Butterfield reasoned. Let's wait and see for further development. If those words aren't heard, Google Assistant won't respond. When it was demoed on stage at I/O, Google's annual developer conference, the 7,000 attendees in the audience were floored.

Nowadays there are a lot of concerns about the privacy online.

Plenty of new features are on the way with Android P, including "Digital Wellness" tools to limit screen time, iPhone X-like gesture controls and sophisticated AI to extend your phone's battery life. He noted that Google Cloud is a $1 billion-a-quarter business. Essentially, Google is changing the way Android is navigated and how users interact with their phones.