They don't need to explicitly install an app or activate a skill. Because ordering an Uber requires multiple pieces of information, like which type of vehicle you want, when you need the auto, and where you want to go, that's an Assistant interaction that might not be able to happen without a lengthier conversation.
The developer tools will allow third parties to deliver information, services, and assistance to consumers via interactions with Digital Assistant after they activate the assistant through the "OK, Google" voice command.
Eventually, Google will enable developers to integrate their services across multiple Assistant services, including Pixel phones and Google Allo.
However, the thing that makes Google Home different from Amazon Alexa is that through the new feature, users won't have to enable certain "skills". Developers can request to become an early access partner for upcoming platform features. Google Home will be the first device to benefit, with Google taking a noticeably more curated approach. For example, in the future saying something like "Ok Google, I want a pizza from Domino's" could call up the company's chatbot and let you order your pizza.
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Here is how it might work: Say "Ok Google, talk to Number Genie " or try "Ok Google, talk to Eliza' for the classic 1960s AI exercise".
Developers can create these interactive voice services using API.AI or Gupshup, or perform their own language processing with the transcribed commands from users. Google also announced plans to add support for making purchases, bookings, and other payment-related activities in the future. Google hopes this kind of dynamic response will help separate Home from other products like Amazon's Alexa-equipped Echo. Now, speculations have revealed that the tech giant has opened doors to developers for its speaker device, a move made to ramp up on the number of offerings available on the device. Will the biggest players be able to buy or squat on the most valuable Google Home trigger terms, pushing out worthy competition to less natural phrases?