Google Assistant has propelled its first-since forever VIP voice appearance, in none other than the voice of Grammy grant winning craftsman John Legend.
As The Verge reports, the unbelievable craftsman will answer your climate inquiries, play music, notwithstanding sing “Glad Birthday” to you, but temporarily.
John Legend’s is one of the six new voices due to touch base for Google’s brilliant computerized right hand, which is at the center of different IoT devices. Utilizing Google’s DeepMind man-made consciousness, WaveNet works by examining human discourse and legitimately displaying sound waveforms from it to make sensible sounding voices.
To actuate the Grammy-winning craftsman’s voice, basically state, “Hello, Google, talk like a Legend”, or physically head to the Settings to change to his voice. The element is as of now accessible in English in the US.
As readers probably recall, the new Google Assistant voices powered by Google WaveNet were announced at Google I/O 2018, with the first of the celebrity voices – John Legend – scheduled to arrive last year itself. Google has evidently taken a bit longer than it promised. Notably, Legends’ voice will only be used in “certain contexts” and not all.
Separately, Google this week confirmed it is rolling out Google Duplex – the Google Assistant based robot calling service – to devices other than Pixel. It is now available on all iPhone models with Google Assistant installed, as well as select Android smartphones. Unfortunately, the service is only available in the US for now.