Google’s new app Allo was released last week and it is claimed to be Google’s new assistant. Representatives from well-known tech companies are planning to implement the idea of a computerized assistant because it is believed to be more effective. Nowadays, although assistants have to accomplish simple tasks, frequently they are not able to do it, or they don’t understand the task.
Google’s new app Allo is very ambitious. It plans to take the place of other mobile apps with which we were used to. This new app is conceptualized to offer guidance and information to all your questions on a daily basis, being capable of holding even longer conversations with you than your real assistant does. This app can be responsible for some decisions you may want to make, simplifying everything for you.
The reason why artificial intelligence is about to take the place of real assistants is because of their clumsiness and irresponsibility. Working with AI devices may improve your skills and your profit, helping your activities to become more competent and time saving. These extremely intelligent computerized assistants like Google’s new app Allo can help you decide when in doubt. This is indeed a revolutionary idea, and it will be used by many businessmen.
The question which arises is how we will figure out from which sources our assistant chooses cinema options, new places to go to, food delivery, recommended hospitals, flights, and medication. For some, it is hard to believe that a computerized assistant can do all this work without bothering you with decision making. When you ask your assistant to do something for you, you expect to receive the best answer. Now this could be possible, considering the new technology in which AI uses its database to choose what is best for you.
Specialists think that there is a disadvantage which arises when using your Google assistant. It could only instruct you to choose one of Google’s attributes because this assistant is programmed to promote only its company. It is only natural for this Google’s new app Allo to lead you to all Google’s products, without being able to extend the field of research to other significant companies that could be helpful.
Would you choose to use this brilliant app or would you rather be conventional, keeping your real assistant?
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