Google Gives Another Stunning Demo Of Duplex To Address Privacy Issues

Google always assures that their Assistant and other products are only to help “people” get things done and are to be used under so-called “closed domains”. Same was said for the Duplex Technology at its demo earlier in May 2018. The Assistant's voice quality is astonishingly similar to a human being with the phrases like “umm”, “ah” and “mm-hmm” making it believably human.

Duplex is the AI technology supporting a new Google’s Assistant feature of voice calling. It uses AI to help you with real-world tasks over the phone. At Google I/O 2018, Sundar stepped on stage to give a demo of the feature in which a haircut appointment was scheduled by the Assistant.

To address privacy issues, that is to distinguish between humans and the Assistant, they just published a video which you can see below:

Google responded to critics' concerns about privacy issues immediately in May by saying that “we'll make sure the system is appropriately identified.” Speaking to Bloomberg, Scott Huffman, an executive on Google’s Assistant team, suggested the system could start a call with "I’m the Google’s Assistant and I’m calling for a client." And now they have practically demonstrated it as you can see above.

Let’s see what the future has to show but right now, Google emphasizes that it is “taking a slow and measured approach” with Duplex, likely due to the initial backlash,

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