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  • Google Assistant response speed getting improved by on-device processing

    vonbrick said:
    entropys said:
    vonbrick said:
    chasm said:
    gatorguy said:
    As far as I know Siri voice requests are still processed "in the cloud" rather than on-device. What Google is planning is something improved from that aren't they? 
    My understanding is that that's partially incorrect. Where it is possible, Siri processes requests or questions on-device, but also does do some (most? No idea) queries via internet relay to Apple servers, albeit encrypted and anonymized. I believe there's a white paper about this, but I'm not able to grab a link just at the moment.

    As for Google, they're just trying to speed things up a bit -- no change in their privacy invasion.  
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    As a user of Google search (and Bing, too, actually)...I'm always interested to hear of how Google "invaded my privacy" today...?  What exactly did Google do to me after several web searches today to make my private life less private?
    It merely added today’s activities to the vast and extensive database records it already has collectively called “Vonbrick the innocent”
    Cool snark, bro.  And yet, I await a substantive answer as to what it is that Google does that invades my personal privacy.  [TICK TOCK TICK TOCK]
    The biggest beef is with Google's business model which is predicated on selling all the information it's collected on people to advertisers and in return inundating you with ads.  At its heart it's still predominantly an advertising company.
    You sure about that? https://safety.google/privacy/ads-and-data/

    "We do not sell your personal information to anyone"


    Been listening too much to the other tin foil types
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