Google has revealed a “terrifying” new technology that you could use without ever knowing it. Among a host of announcements at its annual IO conference, it revealed that it had been working on a tool called “Duplex”. It is an artificially intelligence assistant that can call people up and interact with them – without anyone ever knowing they were speaking to a robot. On stage, for instance, Google CEO Sundar Pichai showed how the bot could call people up and book a hairdressers’ appointment. It went through the entire process of booking it – referring to the human as its “client” – without the person on the other end of the call ever realising that they were talking to a robot. Gadgets and tech news in pictures 43 show all Gadgets and tech news in pictures 1/43 Designed by Pierpaolo Lazzarini from Italian company Jet Capsule. The I.F.O. is fuelled by eight electric engines, which is able to push the flying object to an estimated top speed of about 120mph. Jet Capsule/Cover Images 2/43 A humanoid robot gestures during a demo at a stall in the Indian Machine Tools Expo, IMTEX/Tooltech 2017 held in Bangalore Getty Images 3/43 A humanoid… Read full this story
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