Saturday, March 3, 2012

     SIRI launched With Apple iPhone 4 S was frequently discussed in Tech World after its high popularity. And today Apple has announced that they are to implement SIRI to Apple TV and Other iOS Devices other than iPhone. Assuming the given before is true, Multi-Platform SIRI will be launched along with Apple's iPad 3. Its much important as a new step which will help other iOS Devices to use the Technology of Artificial Intelligence. 

  Its not fair keeping silence for Google when Apple going to use this on their whole devices. And as a strong opponent in Tech World, they should send a warrior to compete with this Multi-Platform SIRI. And Google Never stops it's journey. They are giving a strong answer to Apple by planning to launch an opponent to SIRI, Google 'Assistant' (Some months before this was famous as the name 'Majel'. Still the name is not completely reliable.) 


  Google has had the in-house voice technology for ages — it hired Mike Cohen, the guy who started Nuance. But ‘Assistant’ is set to go beyond Siri in many ways, most importantly in that the search company will retain complete control of all the layers involved. As per the source, the project lead by Android Engineer, Amit Singhal has three main steps. 

1) Get the world’s knowledge into a format a computer can understand.

2) Create a personalisation layer — Experiments like Google +1 and Google+ are Google’s way of gathering data on precisely how people interact with content.

3) Build a mobile, voice-centered “Do engine” (‘Assistant’) that’s less about returning search results and more about accomplishing real-life goals.


 Unlike Apple with Siri, Google is planning on extending this service to developers so they can build novel things. So we can expect a little more such as possibilities for apps, websites, etc. According to one source, Google higher-ups plan on unveiling the ‘Assistant’ product by the fourth quarter of 2012. Still the things are not well defined. Anyway let us wait and see. (Hey friends, don't you remember ? Google's New Privacy Is Active since March 1)