Actions on Google allows developers to integrate their services with Google Assistant


Google Assistant is a feature that was introduced in the recent Google Pixel smartphones. It’s an artificial intelligence driven interactive interface that allows you to verbally interact with your device. You can tell your smartphone or your Google Home to give you information or to carry out certain acts like make a call or create a calendar entry. As a developer, you can use the same technology to bring in voice-enabled interactivity to your own devises and apps.

In this Google developers blog Jason Douglas, PM Director for Actions on Google explains how developers can integrate their services with the artificial intelligence engine that powers Google Assistant. Without having to install new skills developers will be able to build different actions and these actions can have different responses based on the voice input given by the user. Here is a video explaining the entire thing:

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