Yesterday Google launched a good shipment of new devices, among which stood out about the new smartphones Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. But one of the biggest revolutions seen last night was not so much the one offered by their smartphones as the small headphones they presented behind them, Google Pixel Buds.
These new headphones are not only a good answer to the Apple Airpods, but they offer a feature that makes them dislodge above any of the wireless headphones that the state presented major brands in recent months. It is about their ability to translate in real time in 40 languages.
The correct translation of a new Google Translator application, and enhanced with the automatic learning of Google Assistant artificial intelligence. In short we could say that with this experience is like having your own translation device, only it is all inside the headphones themselves.
Finally, there is the use of Machine Learning algorithms, so that Google Traslator itself can improve its instant translation functions as more people use it. This makes the Pixel Buds an unexpected rival to beat in a task as important as facilitating communication. This gives Google Assistant a good point, and it will be interesting to see how Apple, Microsoft, or Amazon react.