Google Assistant's Feature Wants To Give You Some Good News!

 

The company today announced it’s testing a new Google Assistant feature called “Tell me something good” that will allow users to hear a summary of more uplifting news stories. The stories will focus on people who are “solving problems for our communities and our world,” says Google.

To activate the feature, Assistant users in the U.S. can say, 

“Hey Google, tell me something good” 

to kick off the daily briefing of happy stories.

The stories are selected and summarized by the nonpartisan nonprofit Solutions Journalism Network, an organization that helps train journalists to better cover how people are responding to problems and how those actions can have positive results.

The Google Assistant feature works on any Assistant-enabled devices including mobile phones, smart displays or Google Home devices.

Source: Tech Crunch

 
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