Google’s New Artificial Intelligence Assistant Doesn’t Know Much About Your Next Trip

Four out of four online travel luminaries, in one sampling, agree: Voice search is the future of online travel. Google is billing its new Google Assistant as a smarter, more useful competitor against Apple’s Siri voice-control feature. For now the service is available only on Google’s new Pixel line of phones and its Allo app, which combines Assistant functionality with SMS messaging tools (but not, strangely, Google’s Hangouts chat or video features). When it comes to travel, however, Google Assistant is not yet the perfect voice-controlled travel assistant. It doesn’t offer booking capability, unlike travel agency chat hybrids like Lola, and isn’t enabled to inform you of your travel itinerary. While the service does a solid job of showing flights from Google Flights and hotel options based on your queries, it can’t access…


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