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Which is Smarter: Google Assistant vs. Siri

-- Friday, June 09, 2017
Google I/O 2017: updates and changes come to Google Assistant that you should never ignore. Google Assistant is now available on about 100 million devices and the number seems to be rising. A Google Assistant app will be rolled out for the iPhone and Google Assistant has been available through the Allo chat app. It is difficult to list all of the updates and you can just search for the Google I/O 2017 on Internet for more details.

Google Assistant vs. Siri

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  • Now, if you own an iPhone, you can use Google Assistant as well as Siri on your device. They are quite similarly in some way. So let's take a look at the introduction of the two assistants below to make thing clear.

    What Is Google Assistant?

    Google Assistant, launched and developed by Google, is an intelligent personal assistant that can ease your life to a great extent. Though it is a pretty fresh stuff, it keeps improving updating. By now, the Google Assistant is already available on over 100 million devices and you can talk to your phone with this service app downloaded on to control and manage all the stuffs that have been connected to it.

    Similar to Google Assistant, Apple's Siri is a computer program that works as an intelligent personal assistant and knowledge navigator. Compared with Google Assistant, Siri may be more familiar to most of the users. With Siri on your iOS device, you can ask for a list of tasks that it can help you with and free up you hand.

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    Google Assistant VS Siri

    To make it clearer to compare with the two assistants: Google Assistant and Siri, you can check on the chart below:

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    Tips: Though both of Google Assistant and the Siri can deal with the follow-up questions, for my point of view, the former works better. Google Assistant would be able to keep track of the determine context, conversation and audibly respond with the correct information. However, Siri would always "forget" my previous question and respond to the current question only.

    Review on Siri And Google Assistant: Which Voice Assistant Will Win?

    The nationally recognized American basic cable – CNBC pointed out that Google Assistant is generally smarter than the Apple Siri in the evaluation report. It is not surprisingly as Apple is not keen on the new technology research in the past few years.

    CNBC ask both Google Assistant and Siri a series of questions for testing. Below are some of the questions and the corresponding performance of the two assistants.

    Which Voice Assistant Will Win

    Question: How do you say "I'd like a glass of white wine?" in Spanish?

    Result: Google Assistant provided the correct answer directly, while Siri only offered the web page searching results.
    Winner: Google Assistant

    Question: Where's the nearest gas station?

    Result: Both of the assistants showed nearby gas stations. But Google Account responded with a closer option and provided more info about it such as costs, phone number and so on.
    Winner: Google Assistant

    Command: Play a Metallica music video on YouTube

    Result: Google Assistant could find out the video on YouTube but didn't play it, while Siri wasn't able to comply with the request.
    Winner: Google Assistant

    Command: Text my wife that I'm running late to brunch

    Result: Siri was able to go through the contact and send the message successfully, while Google wasn't able to pick out that detail.
    Winner: Siri

    Command: Show me my pictures of Seattle

    Result: Siri would show the pictures in Apple Photos album, while Google Assistant would display the pictures From Google Photos.
    Winner: Tie

    Question: Who won the Yankees game?

    Result: Both of the assistant would give a correct answer, but Google Assistant also provided the details of it such as MLB standings, the MLB schedule, Yankees news and more.
    Winner: Google Assistant

    Generally speaking, Google Assistant is the winner, which could responds in a more accurate way as well as provides more details for every topic.

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    Ivy Bruce

    Ivy Bruce is the Founder and Editorial Director at Recovery-Android Studio. You can also find her on Google+ and Twitter.