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Google is getting a sense of humor courtesy of Pixar and the Onion writers

Google’s new Assistant is getting a bit of a personality, courtesy of writers from the Onion and Pixar. Google current voice capabilities are right up there with Siri, Cortana, and Alexa in terms of usefulness, but it can be a little… robotic. It doesn’t answer silly questions in the semi-human ways the others try to, which is probably why Google didn’t bother anthropomorphizing it with a real name.
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