Google to Personalize Google Assistant

Google is reportedly working on a personalized speech recognition feature that will allow Google Assistant to better recognize users' voices, commands, and the frequent words and names that they use.

The new feature will allow users to store audio recordings on their devices to help Google Assistant get better at recognizing what they say. Audio files stay on the device and are not stored in the cloud and can be deleted any time by turning off personalized speech recognition.

The virtual assistant software will also be able to warn users when they need to change their passwords, and can even help them change them.

According to Google, only a handful of users are testing out the prioduct, which it hopes to roll out gradually.

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