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John Legend’s Voice Appears In Google Assistant

Last year, Google revealed the existence of new features in Google Assistant. During the Google I / O 2018 event, the internet giant announced that there were six new Google Assistant voices, one of which was the voice of singer John Legend. Lately, John Legend’s voice finally officially visited Google Assistant. Later, the voice of John Legend will reply to every command passed by the user. Meanwhile, if you are interested in more news about Google, we recommend you to visit TEC101.

So, he will answer every question asked, including being able to sing a birthday song. Support for John Legend’s voice is already available for Google Assistant on Android and iOS devices.

To activate the voice of John Legend, users can simply talk ‘Hey, Google, talk like a Legend’ or do the settings directly from the Settings menu.

Unfortunately, this feature is only available for English-speaking users in the United States. Although still limited, it is also possible, Google will bring it to more regions in the future.

For your information, the voice of John Legend is one of six new Google Assistant voices revealed last year. Google is using DeepMind’s artificial intelligence coupled with the WaveNet audio model, making this virtual assistant’s voice feel more authentic.

“WaveNet allows us to shorten the recording time in the studio, and sound models can really capture the richness of his voice,” said Google CEO Sundar Pichai, during Google I / O last year.

100 Million Devices Will Use Google Assistant

Apart from this brand-new feature, Google itself is optimistic that its smart assistant, Google Assistant, will be used on 100 million devices this year.

The technology giant from the United States (US), has convinced smartphone vendors to provide a place for the Google Assistant button on their device. Google Assistant is planned to be used as a button.

This was revealed at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018. The smartphones that will adopt this button include the LG G8 ThinQ, K40, Nokia 3.2 and 4.2, TCL, and the Vivo V15 Pro.

Not only that, some of Xiaomi’s new smartphones, starting from Mi MIX 3 and Mi 9, have also joined this Google program.


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