On moving ahead in the field of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Google announced that people will soon be able to choose one of six new voices to talk to Google Assistant, The voice of John Legend is also included. In the annual developer conference Google I / O, the company said that in six options, both voices of both men and women will be released this year.
Chief Executive Officer of the company Sundar Pichai said that Google is working on making its AI sound alive. It will be absolutely natural and as people speak, they will listen. The new version of the Assistant is made on a Tech Machine Learning Technologies, named Wavenet, on which the company started work 18 months ago. The new powerful assistant can now identify two sentences, which are more pronounced and can answer the two differently. Now instead of having to say "Hey Google" or "OK Google" every time to give a command, users only have to do this one time and then have a conversation with the Assistant.
"As the name suggests, we use machine learning to start suggesting phrases for you. All you have to do is hit tab to keep auto-completing. In this case, it understands the subject is a taco Tuesday. It takes care of mundane things like addresses so you can focus on what you want to type," Pichai explained.