Google is working with Nest again in an effort to supercharge the company's range of smart home products and services, backed by artificial intelligence technology. Google acquired Nest for $3.2 billion in 2014. The e-commerce company has managed to grab the lead by offering affordable AI solutions with the Alexa-Echo combo approach, which Google has to match by packaging Nest products, the Google Home smart devices, and its Google Assistant as the more compelling alternatives.
"We've leveraged AI capabilities from Google in the past, especially in the computer vision space and facial recognition", Fawaz added to CNET. The division head's argument was that the most logical evolutionary step is to make brand products complement each other in their functions. Likewise, Google Home had a stellar Holiday 2017 with regards to sales as it attempts to gain ground in the smart AI speaker market. It also plans to offer more bundled deals for Nest and Google home devices, and may integrate Google accounts into the Nest app. The reason products such as Android TV and Google Home exist is because Google wants to be there, absorbing your banal chats about your favourite vehicle and that new bone broth your coworker's been drinking.
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Google has officially announced this via a blog post by saying that Nest is finally joining Google's hardware team. Nest first created smart thermostats that used machine learning to help better regulate temperatures inside houses in order to save energy.
Google's move was made in the wake of projections that AI on tech products and services will be the wave of the future. Wednesday's announcement cites security, energy, cost-savings and hands-free assistance as some of the reasons to buy into the smart home ideal.