Google Assistant will before long have the capacity to naturally insert punctuation when you manage messages inside the Assistant application on Android or iOS. That implies you’ll never again need to awkwardly say “period” or “question mark” or “comma” in case you’re a stickler for language structure. Rather, Assistant will have the capacity to detect delays and voice affectations to embed those things consequently.
The main catch for iOS clients, obviously, is that you’ll need to utilize the Assistant application to do this. That is clumsier than simply raising Assistant by holding down the home symbol on Android, yet Siri Shortcuts has, in any event, made arriving somewhat quicker.
On the other hand, there’s a case to be made for simply relinquishing accentuation out and out contingent upon who you’re conversing with. It’ll be fascinating to perceive how well Assistant does at attempting to deal with this stuff itself, however. Voice correspondence programming from Dragon and different organizations can alternatively endeavor auto-accentuation, yet results can be a blended pack, so I’m anxious to check whether Google’s AI and machine learning smarts can surrender it a leg.