Google Assistant will replace voice commands in a few years, says Elon Musk

Elon Musk has confirmed that Google Assistant, the assistant that’s been Google’s best-selling product for the past few years and now the centerpiece of Google Home, will soon replace voice command.

The company announced in March that Google Home would receive voice commands via an API.

Now, Musk says Google Assistant would be replacing voice commands for a few months in 2018.

“We are working on a very interesting API called the Google Assistant for Home that will take the voice command concept and apply it to Home and other smart devices,” Musk said on stage at Google I/O 2017.

“I think in a couple of years it will become the new normal.

It will be something that’s very similar to Google Home.

The Google Assistant is not a replacement for the phone voice.

But it’s very much like Google Home in that it will replace the voice commands.”

Musk didn’t say when the API would be available, but it seems like it’ll be sooner rather than later.

It’ll be nice to see Google Assistant replace voice input on other smart gadgets like Google Glass.

But, like voice commands, it will be a bit tricky to use.

And if you do use voice commands at home, it’ll probably be a little hard to remember which one you said, as well as the other, Google Home-style commands you’ve already said.

The only thing that’s likely to help is if Google’s AI partners start making more intelligent Assistant-powered products.

“A lot of Google’s product development is about integrating the Google AI into the products that we make,” Musk told Ars in a recent interview.

“So that’s going to be a very important part of Google as they continue to build products.”