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Google is Investing in Startups To Make Its "Assistant" Smarter.

HDFC Securities Ltd, the financial services intermediary of private lender HDFC Bank, has integrated a new voice-based assistant, Arya, into Google Home and Amazon Echo to offer a self-serving digital service to its customers.

According to Google, the number of people who use the AI to watch television and play music via commands like Watch Network Name have jumped 400% in only six months.

To this end, Google says its digital assistant works with a variety of smart cameras, dishwashers, doorbells, dryers, lights, plugs, thermostats, security systems, vacuums and locks, among many other technologies. "A study suggests that by the year 2020, 50% of the searches will be voice-based, which will help us in generating business going forward." .

"We're welcoming companies across a diverse range of fields, including startups that are developing technologies that broaden the Assistant's set of features", Sanjay Kapoor, Vice President, Corporate Development at Google said in a blog post on Wednesday.

Soon, users may be able to use Google Assistant to change the TV channel.

SYSKA LED introduces Wi-Fi enabled smart lights which are compatible with Amazon's digital assistant Alexa.

Google is rolling out its Assistant to more devices this year as well, including Dish's Hopper family of set-top boxes in the USA, as well as providing voice control for a variety of security devices from ADT, First Alert, Vivint Smart Home, Schlage and Panasonic.

We've been working with device brands around the world to ensure the Assistant works with all the most popular home control devices. Our partners are continuing to add even more devices that work with the Google Assistant across the home in the coming months, including ADT lights, Xiaomi lights, Hunter Douglas window treatments, Hisense Portable AC and Dehumidifiers, Arlo security cameras, and new LG appliances (from air purifiers to TVs).

Google has come out bragging today about its personal assistant's support for a vast number of Internet of Things devices.

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