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Google Home now supports multiple users, but still can’t separate work and personal accounts

The Verge Thursday, 20 April 2017
Google Home now supports multiple users, but still can’t separate work and personal accountsGoogle Home can now be trained to identify the different voices of people you live with. Today Google announced that its smart speaker can support up to six different accounts on the same device. The addition of multi-user support means that Google Home will now tailor its answers for each person and know which account to pull data from based on their voice.

Training the thing to tell people apart sounds rather easy, and Google is using neural networks to identify who’s who! That’s all kinds of cool.

We ask you to say the phrases “Ok Google” and “Hey Google” two times each. Those phrases are then analyzed by a neural network, which can detect certain characteristics of a person's voice. From that point on, any time you say ‘Ok Google’ or...
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News video: Google Home: Multiple Accounts Feature Coming Soon

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According to The Next Web, Google Home is anticipating to set to support for multiple Google accounts. The new feature has been highly anticipated and is significant if a Google Home is planned to be used by different people in a household. As of now, you can only link Google Home to one Gmail...

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