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At this year’s Google I/O, Assistant got chattier and found its way into several new Google products: the messenger Allo and the Echo-like speaker Home.

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  1. one of the best things i like about google,voice recognition is on point,i have an accent and it still knows what i'm talking about,even when people don't understand me

  2. So like chat bots have been able to save info about people which was nice. Like I want to be able to say "My Wife likes red roses" and have google remember that then when her birthday comes up it will pull that data and give me suggestions. We all talk about BIG data we need little data for small things unique to our individual lives. That will be nice when that happens.

  3. Huh, Apple seems to be doing a much much better job at messenging with iMessage than Google with their 20 chat apps. Funny how these two companies ALWAYS have something super similar announced at their developer conferences every single year lol

  4. This was a GOOD conference, that's it. I really like Allo and plus I think the point of Allo is to make up for Hangout ( which was terrible btw). In my opinion this was better than Apple's WWDC. Google is improving day by day and it has improved as a company within the last 3 years. I feel like Google Home is a response to Amazon Echo. Google Home does not have all of Amazon Echo features.

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