Google Voice Search is Now Smarter – Welcome Complex Questions
Now you can find smarter results for Google’s voice search. It will now understand every questions, even the complex ones and their meaning as well. Voice based assistance are here to stay. Knowing it well enough, Google has simply upgraded its voice search functionality. It can be wisely said that with this new upgradation, Google has now surpassed Apple’s Siri or Microsoft’s Cortana way to ahead.
Even if we look back at the history of voice search, Google has undoubtedly done better job at understanding what the user wants and delivering a better search result. The app has been improved to understand various accents and complex questions. The search engine giant will now break down the queries for better understanding of semantics.
“Now we’re “growing up” just a little more. The Google app is starting to truly understand the meaning of what you’re asking. We can now break down a query to understand the semantics of each piece…”, mentioned Google in its official blog.
For example, while a user may as Google, “Who was the U.S. President when the Angels won the World Series?” and it would respond, “George Bush.” The tricky part here is that the system has to understand that “Angels” here is referred to a baseball team by relating it to the later part of the question – “World Series”.
In its official blog Google mentions that they are still working on the system to make it give even more accurate results. For example if you as “Who was Dakota Johnson’s mom in the movie?” it will respond with Dakota Johnson’s real-life mother Melanie Griffith. The answer would have been actor Jennifer Ehle..
The new and improved voice search is being rolled out by Google for both iOS and Android.