Google will soon provide the Google Assistant with some improvements. English speaking users will be able to teach the speech assistant the correct pronunciation of personal names. In addition, the voice assistant will understand the context better in English language conversations.
In a few days, English speaking users will be able to teach Google Assistant the correct pronunciation of personal names by recording them. According to Google The assistant will remember the selected pronunciation without saving the audio recording.
Google Assistant will also better understand the context in which voice commands are given. The company uses its open source for this PERT technique Developed in 2018. BERT stands for bidirectional cipher representations of switches and with the help of this AI technology, the search giant can better understand the relationship and context between multiple specified search terms.
It becomes BERT According to Google It was actually used with search as it would have improved your English search results significantly. Thanks to BERT, Google Assistant will respond more correctly to voice commands around timers or alarms. In addition, the assistant should be better able to conduct seemingly normal conversations with the help of artificial intelligence.
At the moment, both functions can only be used in English. Google hopes to make these languages available for other languages soon. Previously Came to light Google Assistant in the future will be able to interpret simple commands without users having to say “Ok Google” first. This future feature was detected in a beta version of the Google app for Android 11, version 22.214.171.124.
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