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Listen to this: Microsoft drops “Hey Cortana” hotword from Android app

On December 20th, Microsoft updated Cortana for Android, removing "Hey Cortana" hotword functionality. Let's take a look at what can no longer be said.
by Matthew BensonDecember 21, 20157

Nuance Mix looking to bring voice control to apps, smart home products

Nuance, the company behind Samsung’s S Voice and (allegedly) Siri, wants to make voice control a default way to interact with technology with Nuance Mix.
by John DyeDecember 15, 20152

Facebook testing MoneyPenny virtual assistant?

A new report has suggested that Facebook is preparing a new Moneypenny feature, that will help you research and buy items through the Facebook Messenger app
by Nirave GondhiaJuly 14, 20152

AI tells its creators it isn’t in the mood for a philosophical debate

Engineers from Google have been experimenting with a new approach to natural language processing. Their neural net converses by predicting the next sentence from the previous ones.
by Darcy LaCouveeJune 27, 20155

Will the emergence of AI mean the end of the world?

Some famous people have been talking about AI recently. Elon Musk said that AI is "potentially more dangerous than nukes." So what is all the fuss about?
by Gary SimsJune 10, 201521

Google Now better at voice search than Siri and Cortana, as if we didn’t know that!

A new study by digital marketing consultancy company Stone Temple has shown that voice searches on Google Now blow Siri and Cortana out of the water.
by Gary SimsOctober 9, 201442

Samsung could buy Nuance, the company behind Swype and Siri’s voice recognition

Buying Nuance would give Samsung an edge in the crucial field of virtual assistance technology, with applications in smartphones, tablets, smart TVs, wearables, autos, and smart homes.
by Bogdan PetrovanJune 17, 201418

Yahoo Siri competitor is a prototype from Robin Labs

Turns out the Yahoo Google Now and/or Siri competitor for Android that was floating around earlier today didn’t come from Yahoo!, but it is a real prototype built by a startup called ...
by Shawn IngramDecember 18, 20134

[Updated] Yahoo Google Now / Siri like voice-controlled assistant may be in the works

Yahoo may have its own voice-based virtual assistant in the works to take on Google Now and Siri, although if real, the mobile app is not official.
by Chris SmithDecember 18, 201321

Google voice actions got smarter, can now ask for clarification, just like Siri

Google voice search can now talk back to the user when it needs to clarify a command, so the user no longer needs to tap on the microphone button again to issue a new command.
by Bogdan PetrovanNovember 14, 201328
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