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Meet Mario Querioz, the man who is going to bring you Google Home

People who have worked with Queiroz laud him as a competent, effective and even-keeled manager. "He’s an operator. He gets shit done" said Daniel Conrad, CEO of wireless startup Beep Networks, who worked with Queiroz on +Android. Another former Googler called Queiroz a "swiss Army knife — he can do anything."

Queiroz is well respected inside Google for the feat called Chromecast. People also compliment his staid managerial presence: He speaks evenly, holding steady eye contact, and lacks the eccentricities of other Google execs. +Hugo Barra, VP of Xiaomi and a former Googler hired by Queiroz, recalled "In the end, it was really Mario’s insistent focus on a single product use case" — letting your phone ‘cast’ video — "and discipline that got Chromecast to market faster and in larger scale than any hardware product Google has shipped."

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The unveiling of Google Home is perfectly aligned with Pichai’s post-device vision.

Over time, the computer itself—whatever its form factor—will be an intelligent assistant helping you through your day.

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For the new device to succeed, it will need to integrate Google’s own services with third-party ones.
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Having a better grasp on web search is a key capability that could give Google Home an edge

Google Assistant places a great degree of emphasis on conversational context and tone and will be able to remember users' search queries and give answers in the proper context. Asking "What's playing tonight?" will return a list of films at nearby cinemas. Following it up with "I want to take my kids" will refine the list to family-friendly features.

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Search, Chromecast, and internet services could give it an edge.
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Home is Google’s answer to Echo. And it ought to scare Amazon, because Google has a number of pre-existing business advantages that almost guarantee this product’s success.

Google has a built-in advantage here over Echo, even though it was first out the gate with a smart speaker product. It has the technology, and more importantly, it has the data—a whole decade of search data that means Google has a better sense, faster, of exactly what you want when you search for something.

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In the battle of voice-activated assistants, Google is well-poised.
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Google Home is to serve as the music and entertainment hub in your home, one that manages other speakers and TVs via Google Cast.

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Google now has a conversational assistant and a living room box to talk to.
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We created Google Home, So, when you walk into house, you should be able to interact with the Google

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Google announced Wednesday a voice-activated home device, similar to Amazon Echo, to launch later this year.
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Say Hello to Google Allo, an AI Powered App that brings Google’s smarts to messaging

When Allo was previewed at I/O 2016, the world got excited about talking with bots all over again. Allo and its Smart Assistant features placed a personal bot at your fingertips, one that was promised to learn over time and make your life a few clicks and taps easier.

The centerpiece of Allo is the Google Assistant, which will be a big part of +Android going forward. It offers useful information and links using contextual information and natural language queries. For example, you can ask what the weather will be tomorrow, then follow up with, "what about the weekend?" There's a special Assistant chat you can use, and at any time in a conversation you can ping Google to get help with something. Like Google Now, it can tell you the weather, and it lets you set timers, alarms and reminders and ask general questions. You can also use it to see the latest news or specific news about a person or event (and subscribe to daily updates about them) or ask about nearby restaurants, flight delays and other standard queries you are likely familiar with from Google Now. You can also play a trivia game and, if you feel like you are in a confessional mode, you can tell the Assistant things about yourself, too.

Where the Assistant does come in handy, though, is in chats with other people. You can easily pull in a Google search for a restaurant when you are looking to go out as a group, for example, or want to give directions to somebody. And in its use of smart replies — that is, the canned responses from Google Inbox — is also very interesting. These work really well. When you are chatting with the Assistant, this feature will often pull up useful follow-up questions, but even as you are just chatting with a friend, it’ll regularly pull up just the right response. the response you would’ve typed is there already and you can save yourself a few taps (which is especially useful when you are on the go). Smart Replies even works for photos, so when your friends send you pictures of babies, you can save yourself from typing the obligatory “oh, s/he’s so cute!”

Nothing better than starting my day with Google Assistant. It's high time Jarvis got a beefy update.

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The idea of a speaker serving as a personal assistant is completely uncharted territory, and as such could become the new big thing for these companies as well as the tech. industry as a whole.


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Home leverages the things Google does really well.

With Home, Google is taking a different approach. It’s playing to our inner-child delight

Ask it to play music, a podcast or even to watch something on your television and Home performs like a champ. Those same standards also allow the seamless coordination of multiple Home devices and connected speakers. Ask about the weather, about a change on your calendar or commute or about a trivia question and Home can do these things too because it’s built on Google Search. So it knows that you have a dentist appointment Thursday or that there’s a traffic jam on your morning commute so you better leave earlier. And Home can turn off the lights in Billy’s room, adjust the thermostat in the basement and the security cameras outside based on the standards +Nest has been able nail down.

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At the recent Google I/O developer conference, the search giant unveiled its latest attempt to finally bring its vision of the connected home to consumers. The promise of the Internet of Things is massive. Truly smart, connected appliances that we can control by just talking to them are the stuff of The Jetsons, the space-age [...]
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How your futuristic life could be in a world full of VR and AR

The overnight success of Pokémon Go has left many wondering whether the smash-hit mobile game is merely another passing fad or the harbinger of something much more momentous – the beginning of a widespread integration of augmented and virtual reality technologies into our daily lives.

If you wonder about the ways in which these technologies are shaping the world to come, ‘Hyper-Reality’ is about to blow your mind.

Read more: www.deepakravlani.blogspot.com/2016/07/a-world-full-of-vr-and-ar.html

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The Story of Amit

Memories are an important part of our lives. Even more so for someone who was a part of them, yet missed out, because he couldn’t see. Of the 40 million visually-impaired people in the world, 15 million are from India. And, due to an acute shortage of transplantable corneas, they are often resigned to a life without sight.

This is the true story of a young man who was about to undergo a corneal transplant, and regain his vision after almost 15 years. With a little help from +Google Photos image search and organisation features, Amit was able to rediscover all those memories he'd been a part of, but missed out on seeing.

Go get your heart strings pulled.

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Google's totally going to eat Amazon's lunch and Amazon should feel bad about it

Google Search is the gateway to most of the knowledge the web has to offer, and it's teaching its new Assistant how to help people access it more responsively. Google Home can answer questions, but, more importantly, it can handle follow-up questions and keep track of context.

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Google jumped into the smart assistant game today with its new Google Home device: an answer to Amazon's Echo and the rise of personal-assistant things that sit in your kitchen and listen to...
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Hey you've found me, am Deepak.
I'm passionate about Technology & Marketing.
I live/work in a world where information & people are effortlessly connected, the World Wide Web aka Internet.
I've been enamored with Technology since high school, as technology at its core, is transformational and gets me excited since it builds on itself, it causes each change to happen faster than the change before it.

Besides following Emerging technologies and Semantic Web, I'm a:
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  • Community Manager @ Project Glass by Google
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