• Google Duplex has now launched for some Pixel owners

    20 days ago - By TechRadar

    Duplex - the system of using Google Assistant to make reservations at restaurants and other businesses - is one of the most exciting and ambitious uses Google has yet found for its Assistant and now, finally, you might be able to use it. Despite being announced back in May, Google Duplex is only now rolling out, but according to a Google spokesperson speaking to VentureBeat it's only currently available for a “small group” of Pixel owners in “select cities”. The spokesperson didn't specify which cities, but it's likely to be New York, Atlanta, Phoenix and San Francisco, as those cities are...
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  • What is Google Duplex? The world's most lifelike chatbot explained

    What is Google Duplex? The world's most lifelike chatbot explained

    20 days ago - By TechRadar

    Update: Google Duplex has finally started rolling out, but so far only to a small number of Pixel users in select cities. Google announced all kinds of goodies at this year's Google IO , and one of the most interesting was Google Duplex. It's an artificial intelligence agent that can make phone calls for you - and we don't mean dialing the number. We mean it has actual conversations with real life people. If you haven't already seen the demo, please watch it below by skipping to 1 hour, 55 minutes on the video from Google's Keynote. We recommend you watch it as it's amazing.
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  • Google's call-making Duplex AI starts rolling out to Pixel phones

    Google's call-making Duplex AI starts rolling out to Pixel phones

    20 days ago - By The Inquirer

    If you have reservations, you can still make reservations
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  • Google Duplex expands to ‘small group' of Pixel owners

    Google Duplex expands to ‘small group' of Pixel owners

    21 days ago - By The Verge

    Google Duplex, the automated service that calls up businesses to make bookings on your behalf, has received a limited public launch, reports VentureBeat. In a statement, Google said that it's starting its “slow rollout” of the service, which is now available to a “small group” of Google Pixel phone owners in “select cities.” As well as expanding its availability with users, the service can also call restaurants that Google hasn't explicitly partnered with.
    As this statement implies, the service has launched in a state that's very limited - even compared to what Google demoed on stage when...
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