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last 10 comments:
chikamelisa(07:23 AM CEST - May,22 2018 )
Goolge may have faked a recent demo of its new AI assistant in which the software was shown to fool a hair salon receptionist into thinking it was human.

The software, dubbed Duplex, debuted at a Google conference last week when it was tasked to book a hair appointment over the phone in front of a live audience.

During the demo, Google CEO Sundar Pichai said: 'What you're going to hear is the Google Assistant actually calling a real salon to Domino 99 schedule an appointment for you.'

Duplex seemingly put on such a good impression of a human that the person it called failed to notice they were speaking to a robot.

The creepy demo made headlines across the world, but a new report suggests that Google faked the phone call and misled viewers and investors.

News site Axios highlights that a number of things about the call, such as a lack of ambient noise at the salon, point to a falsified or edited recording.

Google's press team has repeatedly refused to hand over the name of the salon that Duplex called, it said.

Two calls were played during the demo, one to a salon and another to a restaurant.

Google said both businesses Qiu Qiu were based near its headquarters in Mountain View, California.

Neither of the 'employees' who answered Duplex's calls identified the business they were speaking from, nor did they give their own names.

Tom(02:21 PM CEST - May,22 2018 )
Firefox and ads.
- Well I barely use Firefox these days except in work environment. Ads just assure me that I will never personally use Firefox.

Duplex AI faked.
- Well if it was faked, they better get moving on it as they release it in July. OMG they did say the salon name.. OMG!!! FAKED!!! I suspect an unhappy Apple employee

Google, control movies...
- Ya that's ok, I can manage my own movies just fine. Thanks.

Google WiFi check...
- LOL! Ya.. if It's not Google Home.. recommend Google Home..

Pool trick shot dude...
- Are you F'ing serious??? Trick shot? HAHAHAHAHAHA.. That's really amateur man. I've seen Waaaaay better.

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