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Google tager assisterende verden over med nye sprog og brugerdefinerede telefonintegrationer

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Google Assistant havde sin fest på Mobile World Congress 2017 with the announcement that it was expanding beyond Google’s own Pixel phones, and now it’s ready to take on the world. Literally. Google has announced it will be expanding Assistant to nearly two dozen more languages this year as it expands its influence to some “95 percent of all eligible Android phones worldwide.”

Google Assistant taler allerede engelsk, fransk, tysk, italiensk, japansk, koreansk, spansk og portugisisk (Brasilien), men dets sprogkundskaber bliver stærkt udvidet i løbet af de næste 10 måneder, da Google planlægger at tilføje support til mere end 30-sprog. Først vil du være dansk, hollandsk, hindi, indonesisk, norsk, svensk og thailandsk, som alle skal ankomme om sommeren.

Sammen med de nye sprog kommer støtte til flersprogede højttalere. Startende med engelsk, fransk og tysk kan assistent forstå din stemme på hvert sprog uden at skulle ændre hovedsproget i indstillingerne for startside.

Måske er det endnu vigtigere, at Google også samarbejder med sine partnere for at udvide kapaciteten hos assistent på håndsæt. Meget som vi så med Edge Sense på HTC U11 og den aktive kant på pixel 2, Google will allow OEMs to build new unique interactions with Google Assistant on their phones, including “OK Google” support when the screen is off. Google says Sony, LG, and Xiaomi will be announcing the first round of custom integrations, with more to follow.

Also new will be the ability for Assistant to integrate with your carrier so customers can “learn more about their plan, add new services (like international data roaming), get customer support and more.” Initially, the new action will be limited to Sprint, Koodo, Telus, and Vodafone.

And finally, support for routines and location-based reminders is making its way to Google Homes this week. Originally announced alongside the Pixel 2 phones last year, routines will let users combine multiple actions into a single command, like turning off the lights and lowering the thermostat when you say, “OK Google, good night.” And location-based reminders will ping your phone at the appropriate time when you tell your Google Home to do something like remind you to buy milk after work.

Virkningen på dig og dine hjem: With the launch of HomePod and expansion of Alexa, the home assistant race is in full swing, and it’s only going to get more contentious. It’s hard to tell exactly who’s in the lead, but it’s very close between Amazon and Google, and Google is smart to leverage its advantage with Android to expand Assistant’s reach. What’s more, Alexa is only available in English, German, and Japanese, so the new languages could help Google put some distance between it and Amazon.

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