Google’s Allo is an early personal assistant, not a late-to-market messaging app

Allo is a child that Google just sent to school to become your personal assistant. The first release looks like a messenger app because it is a common user interface (UI) that almost all smartphone users know, and it is conversational. Like a child learns to speak through conversation with adults, Allo will learn to be a personal assistant through quadrillions of messaging conversations if it succeeds as the next big platform. Google Now and Apple’s Siri are rudimentary compared to the personal assistant that Google Allo could become. Google Now’s and Siri’s voice to text is pretty accurate, but the user is limited to a fixed set of commands, navigate, play music, search, etc. Google and Facebook have already said they want to create a personal assistant better than…


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