Automotive chat is all the rage, and Google’s new voice-activated cars will be the next big thing.
We’ve already covered how to get the car to use voice, but how does Google’s AI-based technology work?
Read moreThe company announced that its Autopilot car-to-car software is now the first car to be able to control voice via its own AI system, dubbed Autopilots.
This is an important development, because it means that cars will have the ability to understand what a driver is saying, whether it’s about parking, or traffic, or whatever.
This feature has been in the works for several years, and was first announced in 2014, but the technology is now officially a part of the Google-built cars, and the first vehicles to have it.
It is not a particularly revolutionary feature for cars, but it is a major step forward for AI.
For example, if a driver says something like, “The parking is full,” and the car responds by telling the driver to “park somewhere else,” the software could potentially understand what the driver meant.
This would allow it to decide whether to change the driver’s behavior or not.
It’s still unclear how well this will work, though.
Google is still working on making Autopillars more robust, so it may not always be perfect, but at least it is now able to detect a driver’s intent.
The software could also be tweaked to respond more quickly to driver-driven problems, such as when they are distracted or angry.
But for cars that are already autonomous, this technology could mean the end of a few years of manual control.
Automakers are already using voice control to control things like automatic parking, but Google’s software is designed to be used by other cars, so the end is not yet certain.
Autopilot has also been a bit of a challenge to use.
The technology is designed so that the car needs to think of how to talk to its computer, and this can be a problem for some vehicles.
Google says that it’s working on a solution, but there is no timeline for when this will be available.
The company says that Autopim is built on a “very powerful” AI platform called DeepMind.
Google claims that the company’s DeepMind-powered AI will be able “understand speech and understand what you’re saying.”
That is, it should be able understand what someone is saying in real-time, and will be smart enough to be aware of the subtle changes in the human voice.
This is a very big deal, because we’re still talking about human-computer interaction, and it could be a game-changer for autonomous driving.
Google and other companies are already working on the idea of autonomous vehicles using voice, which is a huge step towards the future.