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Apple’s iPhone could soon support Google’s artificial intelligence

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p The Google Assistant virtual helper could soon arrive on Apple’s iPhone, if a new report is to be believed.

Last year, Google launched its own artificial intelligence based on the existing Google Now assistant feature.

This AI-driven smart helper was called Google Assistant, and is currently available on new Android phones, as well as smartwatches and the Google Home smart speaker.

According to Bloomberg, Google will announce plans to launch Google Assistant on the iPhone at this week’s Google I/O 2017.

The report also notes that the software will become available on coffee tables and in kitchens too – although the details are vague here.

All we know is that Google may be plotting integration for various appliances like refrigerators, overs, washers, and dryers.

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