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Tech & Science Google Adding More Languages To Google Home AI Assistant

11:31  11 june  2018
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Google Assistant to Add Multi- Lingual Support. Even more interesting is the news that Google Assistant will become multi- lingual . A Google spokesperson confirmed over email that multi- lingual features will be available on Google Home .

Google plans to add more languages on more devices throughout the year, the firm said. The multilingual option will first be available in English, French and German, with support for more languages coming "over time," Fox Google introduced its voice-activated AI , Assistant , in 2016.

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Google is planning to bring support for more languages to its Google Assistant AI, so that its Google Home speaker could appeal to more consumers.

Digitimes Research reported late last week that Google is planning to push sales of its Google Home speakers to more markets this 2018. With this in mind, the search engine giant is aiming to bring support for up to 30 languages to its voice assistant.

Amazon’s Alexa only supports three languages at present. To take advantage of the situation, Google wants to enable Google Assistant to support up to 30 languages with the use of its deep research in multi-language and semantics. The company wants to realize this goal before the year 2018 ends.

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Solving problems with AI for everyone. The future of the Google Assistant : Helping you get things done to give you time back. Turning your house into a smart home with the Google Assistant . Bringing the Assistant to more than 30 languages .

Google Assistant will soon be able to complete multiple tasks with a single command, speak more than 30 languages , and allow people to use more than one language with their AI assistant .

The broad multi-language support will help Google Home appeal to more people, especially now that Google is working on bringing its smart devices to seven more markets this year. Last month, it was revealed that Google Home is coming to Denmark, Mexico, Korea, Sweden, Norway, Spain and the Netherlands, as per CNET.

Previously, Google Home was only available in the United States, Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Singapore and Japan. So the seven more markets will make Google Home available in a total of 16 markets. On the other hand, Amazon’s speakers are available in at least 36 countries.

In addition to multi-language support, Google is enriching the experience that the Google Home devices offer by soliciting cooperation from hardware manufacturers. The tech company wants its speakers to integrate support for more smart products from makers of household appliances. Moreover, it wants to address the security issues faced by IoT devices at present.

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Google adds Actions for Assistant support in 16 new languages . Share on Facebook. Google isn’t stopping with its ambitious plans for Assistant . The company plans to have the AI helper reach 95 percent of all eligible DT Daily: Over 5000 smart home devices now work with Google Assistant .

To be clear, Google Assistant is already able to translate into more than 100 languages by simply saying “Hey Google , how do I say ‘I need to get to a hospital’ in Korean?,” but this The AI assistant can tell jokes on request or respond helpfully if a user says something like “ Google , I don’t feel good.”

Google’s plans seem to be its way of anticipating the exponential growth of the smart home device market this year and the years to come. Furthermore, analysts predict that the smart speaker market’s worth could jump from $2.68 billion this year to $11.79 billion by 2023.

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