Google wants to dominate the IFA tech show in Berlin this week, and it’s already announced integrations in too many gadgets to count. Along with that partner push, the company is announcing a new feature for Google Assistant: it’s bilingual now.
Essentially, if you ask Assistant a question, it will automatically recognize what language you’re speaking and respond in kind. It’s a step toward the goal that Google announced back in February to make Assistant fully multilingual without requiring you to dig into the settings and manually change its language.
You’ll be able to set up Assistant to understand and respond to any two of the following languages: English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, and Japanese. Google adds that it intends…
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Author: James Vincent
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