New research makes Siri and Alexa seem like lightweights next to accuracy champion Google Assistant

Google, Amazon, and Apple’s AI-powered virtual assistants can be incredibly useful tools around the house or on the move for controlling music playback, helping deliver dinner, improving road safety, keeping you informed, and many other things that make all our digital lives easier. But when it comes to saving actual human lives, it looks like the three aforementioned tech giants still have some work to do.

The first step towards a (distant) future where these voice assistants might be able to provide valuable support in health-related scenarios is understanding exactly what …

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