Tired of typing your search quarries on your keyboard?
Wish there was an easier way of doing this?
Once again… the “king of innovative search” Google® have delivered another “slam dunk” to it’s Chrome browsers with “conversational search”. While the new innovation subtract the tedious typing on your keyboard, it also makes your search quarries being read out to you by Google.
Now how cool is that?
What is even more amazing is that Google conversational search has natural language, built into it, that makes searching even more interesting and engaging. While far from being a COMPLETE product, this is certainly the right step ahead, and separates Google® even more far apart from it’s competition (if there are any).
To enable voice search you need to have the latest version of Google® Chrome installed on your PC, tab or smart phone. Once you install the latest version you will see a microphone symbol in the search box as shown below:
Having A Conversation
Not only having your answer being read back to you is cool and impressive, the REAL DEAL is that you can continue your search “conversation” by asking further questions related to the search quarry in a way you could never do with regular search. This adds an almost “human like” elemental interaction with your electronic devices. Just watch the video below as I converse with my PC about Apple Inc. and about a famous US president and his celebrity, diva-like spouse:
The Conversation Continues
After searching facts about the US president I started inquiring details about his spouse. With long tailed search quarries beginning with words like “who” “what” “where”, and “How”, Google® plan to take “conversation search” further with intelligent, relevant and reliable search results. With the information Google® knows about you, your preferences and your location (provided in your Google + profile) “conversation search” aims to make things even simpler.
I am located in Colombo, Sri Lanka, and when I ask Google® “if it will rain tomorrow”, it spoke back to me with the following:
“Yes, rain is expected tomorrow in Colombo. The forecast is 29 degrees and mostly cloudy” and displayed the weather forecast for the next seven days. I hadn’t told it my location, nor that I wanted a weather forecast, but it knew my location, knew rain was related to weather and delivered up a great answer.
When you ask a question that will require multiple answers, instead of speaking back to you, Google® will give you a list of options. For an example asking “what is the BEST restaurant” will give you a list of choices of restaurants around Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Here… Try it yourself:
Ask Google® “will it rain tomorrow” (without giving your location)
Ask “will it rain in Budapest tomorrow” (or any city around the world)
Ask “who is the best dentist in Chicago”
OR to really have fun… ask Google® “what is happiness”
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