This past Thursday, Alphabet-owned company pronounced that the company introducing its new digital assistant with updated tools for those developers who want to interact with customers through Google Home.
The tools named as Conversational Actions which will permit the developer to communicate with users in conversational form to answer questions, provide support and sell products and making bookings.
The idea is powered by the Artificial Intelligence, the purpose of this idea is to learn more about the user and their behavior for providing related answers to a particular person.
IFTTT, Samsung, Philips and Nest have been grouped to permit Google Home to manage Home Electronics.
On Thursday, Jason Douglas, product management director for Actions on Google, wrote in a blog post:
“TO BE A TRULY SUCCESSFUL ASSISTANT, IT SHOULD BE ABLE TO CONNECT USERS ACROSS THE APPS AND SERVICES IN THEIR LIVES. THIS MAKES ENABLING AN ECOSYSTEM WHERE DEVELOPERS CAN BRING DIVERSE AND UNIQUE SERVICES TO USERS THROUGH THE GOOGLE ASSISTANT REALLY IMPORTANT.”
Google is fleshing up it’s mugging on Echo, Amazon’s internet-connected speaker by working with different companies and developers.
Google already consulted home audio community’s biggest names to support them in building devices that operate similarly to its Google Home.
Google planned to use its Allo chat app and Pixel phones as a Google Assistant platform to make integration available.
Developers can make a request here in order to become early access partner for forthcoming platform features.