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rajia rimi
Jun 11, 2022
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As a longtime Amazon Echo owner, I've learned that its Alexa assistant usually can't handle complex questions. It taught me not to even ask. But with Google Home, each Industry Email List success gave me more and more confidence to ask more questions, a positive reinforcement loop, and a real benefit for the product. A real intensive interrogation happened Industry Email List when my family was watching TV last week. An advertisement was launched for the Kia Soul EV-e, a small electric car. We were looking for electric cars and didn't realize that Kia had made one. My wife wondered how many miles per gallon (or electrical equivalent) they had and the range. We paused the television and asked our assistants, who Industry Email List could hear us from the living room: I was quite impressed. For my family, it was just a challenge to Industry Email List prove that Google Home could be perplexed with more questions. My son, who had been working on the homework earlier, asked how to calculate 'percentage abundance', which is something in chemistry I've long forgotten and I'm grateful I don't need to know now . Google Home has understood this; Alexa did not. Here's the side-by-side with me asking Industry Email List (and no, Alexa couldn't get it when asked alone): My wife decided to try tricking Google Home by asking for British chef Delia Smith's mince pie recipe. Google Home again had an answer where Alexa didn't: Companion app provides additional information Of course, filling out a recipe verbally is nigh Industry Email List on impossible for most cooks, unless you have a good memory. This is where Google Home offers another great feature. For complex answers, it sends a link to the companion Google Home app on your phone, so you can
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