The bot, which speaks with uncanny speech disfluencies like "um" and "umm-hmm," will be made available select Pixel smartphones before the end of the year.
Google just revealed its first Chrome OS tablet, the Pixel Slate.
The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, shipping this month starting at $799, feature a number of software enhancements that power the camera and the AI features.
The 7-inch, voice-controlled display is a home base for the Google Assistant.
We're expecting the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, plus a tablet, smart speakers, and more.
Follow Google's Pixel 3 event on October 9 in New York with our live news updates.
If you care about the momentum principle, this should bother you.
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Instagram is now patrolling your feed to flag threatening photos and comments.
Hey, there are worse things to be learned from videogames.
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Deep learning is helping to make prosthetic arms behave more naturally.
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Google got caught hiding a privacy issue affecting 500,000 users on the same day it rolled out privacy protections.
How today's internet is rapidly and indifferently killing off many systems while allowing new types of organizations to emerge.
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After decades, a woman is taking over the TARDIS—and it's long overdue.
We can still hit the target of limiting global warming to 1.5 degree Celsius, as agreed on in Paris, but we have to act immediately and drastically.
People around the world are itching to colonize Mars—should they be?
The 9th generation of Intel's Core series helps firm up the foundation of the PC resurgence.
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