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It's confusing, and today's announcement only seems to layer on more confusion.

It feels like we're overdue for Google to just "unite the clans" and give us a singular vision of the next phase of Google search, unified across the many things it does.

Google would like to remind you that you can talk with it.

Today Google is announcing a "Google Assistant" that essentially performs the same tasks as other Google interfaces do, but in a conversational mode. All are already iconic assistants with distinct personalities — or at least with the distinct sense that they personalities.

And at Build this year, Microsoft laid out a vision of Cortana and a chatbot platform that developers can work with.

Sure, there are plenty of apps that tie into Google's voice search capabilities, but those are more a matter of partnerships than open platforms. Queiroz says he doesn't want to just throw "a bunch of stuff out there and things that may not work that well may not be very useful to consumers if they can't remember how to talk to Joe's Pizza Shop." It's a not-too-subtle dig at Alexa, whose burgeoning set of "skills" has captivated the internet but still require remembering specific keywords to activate them.

And there are hints that the clearer, more unified vision of the future of a conversational interface with computers is going to spread beyond Allo and Google Home.

Queiroz says that the plan is for the Google Assistant to eventually be everywhere.

Although I didn't get to see Home, I did see a long demo of the Google assistant in Allo — and it was impressive.

Google's assistant is able to understand multiple kinds of contexts — it can figure out what you're asking for and give you suggestions, and even take actions on your behalf with other apps like Open Table.

Huffman says that above all else, he wants to ensure this assist doesn't require "a very stilted, weird, magic-word type experience." Google would rather lean on its natural language capabilities (which are very good) and serve as the abstraction layer between what you're asking and what services you need.

That's not too far from Satya Nadella's vision for Microsoft's services — but nevertheless Google seems to be taking this a bit more slowly. "There's an assistant that has the most powerful natural language and dialog capabilities, understands the other agents in the ecosystem, and can integrate with them and call on them as needed." When it comes to connecting that ideal up with the growing set of developers hungry to get their chatbots exposed to the world, Huffman says that Google is "trying to take our time and be pretty thoughtful ...

to now think of that box as a place where I can also call grandma." That Google box (and voice-assisted search on Google devices and Google apps) has been able to call Grandma all along — just not in the same "conversational" interface you see with chatbots.

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