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Re: When Will Siri, Cortana and Google Now Get Smart?
Posted by paulfeakins on 2015-09-28 03:52:45
In reply to Jeff Kagan
I disagree with this article actually. When did the author last use "Ok Google"?

I use it pretty regularly and it's reached the point where it often gives a better reply than a human would.

I use it for lots of things, but here are a couple of examples:

I was in Hyde Park at the weekend. A tourist came up to me and asked where the Four Seasons hotel was. I pressed a button on my phone and said "Ok Google, navigate to the Four Seasons Hotel". Just a few seconds later, a map appeared with a line from our current location to the hotel.

When reading, Ok Google has replaced my dictionary. I'm finding that even with words I don't know how to pronounce, Google still guesses correctly almost 100% of the time. It's actually astounding. Reading a medical book recently, I said "Ok Google, define 'arterial occlusion'". A couple of seconds later it read out a detailed definition. It almost never fails to recognize a word on the first try.




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Re: When Will Siri, Cortana and Google Now Get Smart?  Jeff Kagan  2015-09-28 03:42:54
Re: When Will Siri, Cortana and Google Now Get Smart?  paulfeakins  2015-09-28 03:52:45
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