Now you won’t have to say “Hey, Google” as often when you use Google Assistant on smart displays. Effective this week, all Smart Displays set to U.S. English will support Google Assistant’s Continued Conversation mode. Support for more natural language is just one of several new Google Home smart display features. According to Bibo Xu, Google Assistant senior product manager, Continued Conversation works will all current Google Home smart displays, a list that includes the Google Home Hub, Lenovo Smart Display, JBL Link View, and the LG Xboom A.I. ThinQ WK9. “After you initially trigger the Assistant with a request, the Assistant will stay active for long enough to respond to follow-up questions so you don’t have to say ‘Hey, Google’ as often,” Xu said. When Continued Conversation launched in June 2018, the more natural manner of conversing only worked with Google Home smart speakers. After you activate the feature in the Google Assistant app, you can ask follow-up questions without sounding like an annoying salesperson who repeats a customer’s name in every sentence. Additional new Google Home smart display features available now or rolling out soon include Interpreter Mode, a home control dashboard, multi-room audio, and more. Google introduced Google Assistant’s Interpreter Mode at… Read full this story
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