Monday, 22 July, 2019

Google Assistant Interpreter Mode offers real-time spoken translations

В Google Assistant появилась новая полезная функция Google Assistant learned simultaneous translation for 27 languages including Ukrainian
Cecil Davis | 09 January, 2019, 18:10

Using the mode is simple: users will just say, "Hey Google, be my [language] interpreter", which will prompt Google Assistant to begin listening to the conversation. Google Assistant is gaining several new features and integrations, many of which have been requested for a while.

Thanks to its noise-cancelling mic, the Bolt can pick up your voice commands clearly while the Assistant acts on them.

During its event, Google also announced youll be able to manage flights with Assistant, including checking in getting a digital boarding pass. Google on Tuesday unveiled a new Interpreter Mode for the Google Assistant, which turns devices like the Google Home Hub into a translator for people speaking different languages. The speaker will begin translating in real-time.

The feature would be introduced to more devices and even smartphones in the future.

Google Assistant is constantly evolving and gaining new abilities.

Google stated the feature will arrive on Google Home devices "over the next few weeks".

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Here's a quick rundown of what you can expect from the Google Assistant that will be crossing over the 1 billion device mark by the end of this month. On Android, Assistant will work with SMS, WhatsApp, Messenger, Hangouts, Viber, Telegram, Android Messages and others, though Google cautions that functionality will vary by service. It uses the existing smart home platform to expand to new device types. You will also have access to the usual set of Google Assistant features.

Kitchen Aid has launched their own smart display that offers a more discreet footprint than those from makers such as JBl and Lenovo.

Additionally, Anker and JBL are building auto accessories with Google Assistant support.

In a related move, Google Assistant will also be able to book hotel rooms for you. Additionally, Google Assistant will also alert if your flight is ready for Web check-in. At the moment, this will only be available for domestic flights in the US operated by United Airlines.

Meanwhile, for all your bedside requests, Google also showed off Lenovo's new Smart Clock which puts all of the Assistant's features in a handy $80 (£63) companion (UK pricing and availability TBA). Hotel bookings are also limited to just U.S. right now.