Google’s conversational search is a great example of how well the company can handle natural language queries. It’s not just about the initial search (« How old is Barack Obama? »), though, but also about the follow-up, which means the service has to be able to understand pronouns and the keywords they relate to (« Where was he born?« ).
It’s pulling in more information about you now than ever before (in large parts thanks to Google Now), so you can now ask it things like « Ok Google, show me restaurants near my hotel » and the service will know — because it has seen your hotel confirmation pop up in Gmail — where exactly you are staying.
From there, you can now also ask it to show you the menu at a…
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