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Google’s A.I. brains at work for us, finally

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>> Google, write my script for me. Okay, so Google can't do my job completely just yet. But the the tech giant did unveil its virtual assistant. No creative names here, they're just calling it Google Assistant. I'm Reuters Jane Lundy Lee at the company's developer conference in Mountain View.
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Considering Google beat the world champion of Go 4-1, can we finally be better served? Google is late to the game in being our digital butler.
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ple's Siri has been assisting users since 2011.>> Alexis, stop.>> And Amazon's Alexis made it into 3 million homes with the Echo device.
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Machine learning or artificial intelligence is the next big frontier, whether it's about self-driving cars or buying a movie ticket. So Google is making its most aggressive move into the space this year. The first taste of Google's brains will come from its messaging app Allo, launching this summer. And later this year, it will bring Google Home, kind of like Amazon's Echo, to our homes.
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Hopefully, all the competition among machines trying to serve us will make life easier. Although, they could also put us out of a job, maybe.