Google will soon begin to offer movie reviews and sessions in text messages, but this tells you that you are not reading all your conversations.
On Monday, Google announced that in the coming months, Google Assistant integration comes to the latest Android text messaging application.
When the users in Messaging send text messages about restaurants, movies or weather, Assistant will provide links to additional information – which he calls "supply chips". These links will help complement the conversation, just like watching a restaurant when deciding on dinner plans.
The feature will be available to users around the world, but is only offered in English to get started.
Google said in a blog that uses "AI on the device" to offer suggestion chips, and said Business Insider in a statement that the entire content of text conversations is never sent to an assistant. Google said that only information about the proposal chips is sent to the assistant when the user clicks on the chip.
The company reports that the AI on the device is similar to the technology it uses for "smart reply" in messages – a feature that is also available in Gmail, which offers offers to be completed. sentence and send instant messages.
The announcement indicates an increase in Google's investment in the message, as it is planned to close the Allo smart message program in March.
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The message is Google's latest attempt to create a text messaging program that users love. So far, he has not been able to build a breakthrough blow, despite several attempts: Google Buzz, Google Wave, Gchat – technically called Google Talk – and soon, Allo. All four programs are now in the cache of chat applications.