Gemini could soon replace Google Assistant in headphones

by nativetechdoctor
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Gemini is appearing more and more in Google products and services and is constantly receiving updates with new capabilities.

Since its launch and rebranding last week when moving from Bard to Gemini, Google has continuously updated and integrated its latest achievements for artificial intelligence (AI). The company unified Bard and Gemini into one to stay relevant with the large language model (LLM) which is the “backbone” of this AI. Next, Google launched a subscription package and a mobile version specifically for Android that can act as a virtual assistant on the phone.

In the latest move, the “search giant” continues to upgrade Gemini and this time it can change the way users operate and experience smart headphones. According to 9to5Google, a programmer “digging” into the code of the latest experimental Gemini version for Android (version 15.6) discovered evidence of an important change

Currently, when users call the virtual assistant on smart headphones (eg Pixel Buds ), the system will select Google Assistant, even though Gemini has been designated as the default assistant on smartphones. But this may no longer be true in upcoming official updates when Gemini is the chosen AI.

Although Google has not yet made an official announcement or any disclosure regarding the issue, the discovery in the programming code is described as “the Gemini mobile application is expanding its capabilities to be accessible from the headset.” ” is something the technology world is concerned about. Now we just have to wait for the company to announce a plan to integrate Gemini into the default virtual assistant on smart headphones

With the appearance of Gemini on headphones, the listening experience can be raised to a new level, with control operations such as changing songs, rewinding sections, requesting summary information or even solving complex formulas. Everything can be done without hands anywhere.

It’s still quite early to conclude what benefits this change will bring, but we can’t rule out the possibility of opening up new music experiences in an AI world when headphones can automatically control the tuner. sound to suit the owner’s habits or depending on the music being played

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