Google Unveils New Conversational Style Voice Command Search

Posted on May 16, 2013

Google Conversational Voice Search

Google demoed its new voice recognition technology for Chrome and Chrome OS at its Google I/O event earlier this week. Google's Johanna Wright demonstrated the new voice activated search. The technology allows you to perform searches by talking to Google in a more conversational manner. Google will understand you and provide relevant search results. Google says you can ask questions like, "OK Google, will it be sunny in Santa Cruz this weekend?"

Google has not said when the new voice search will be available for the Chrome browser. Take a look:

Image: Google

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