Google announced its testing a new Google Assistant’s latest feature called “Tell Me something good” that will allow focus on people who are ‘solving the problem for our community and out world’, says Google.
Assistant users in the U. S. can activate this feature just say, “Hey Google, tell me something good” to kick the off the daily briefing of happy stories.
Google will show like story about how Georgia State university stopped students from slipping through the cracks. or how backyard beekeepers in East Detroit are bringing back the dwindling bee population. or how Iceland curbed teen drinking.
Stories are selected and summarized by the nonpartisan non-profit Solutions Journalism Network, an organization that help train journalists to better cover how people are responding to problem and how those actions can have positive results. and the stories themselves , meanwhile will be chosen from a wide range of media outlets.
The feature will work on any Google Assistant enable device, including phone, Smart Display or Google Home smart speaker.
real people are making progress solving real issues and about those stories is a crucial part of balanced media diet, said Ryan Burke.
The tech giant said, solution journalism empowers and energizer audiences , helping to combat negative news fatigue. we are exploring how to incorporate more solutions journalism wherever you access Google News.
users can use Google Assistant connect with more the 5,000 device at your home.
“That include cameras , dishwashers, doorbells, dryers, lights, plugs, thermostats, security system , switches, vacuums, washers, fans, locks, sensors, heaters, AC units air purifiers, refrigerators, ovens, we can keep on going, Michele Turner, Director, smart Home Ecosystem at Google, recently wrote in a blog post”