Looking for a developer or team to review our current application (staging server DO) make minor updates to provide a MVP product launch while simultaneously creating using our platform to create a voice active AI application for integration with Google Home using about web app. Details to follow via documentation and Skype review.
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we are using this engine as the platform for Google HOME and our integration with Google Home adn Google Assistant
We need our web application to be a complete platform for other developers to build upon. It has its own device form factor and its own ability to interconnect with other software streams – a platform that you can do other things with that were not originally envisioned at the time of its initial design.
The platform element of our Google Home App engine is the exposure of our custom api’s and global graph to external applications which enable a different set of use cases.
We need to think of this platform as a business framework. By this I mean a framework that allows multiple business models to be built and supported. Amazon only selling books at first as an example.
The Ubitru Webapp provides the foundation necessary to develop and deploy differentiating business applications, developed together with the business departments, in short and easily foreseeable release cycles. The elements of logic include:
Decision logic (analytics)
In relation to Smart Home Products and AI with our Google Home Platform
Much of the difference between Alexa and Google Home becomes apparent in little flourishes and contextual questions. Ask the voice assistants to "flip a coin" and Google recreates the sounds of the coin toss, while Alexa just gives you an answer. Google Home can perform two actions in one request where Alexa doesn't yet have that functionality. Ask Google what the weather is going to be for tomorrow AND tell it to turn off the bedroom lights in one request and your lights will turn off while it's answering your question. After answering your question, Home will acknowledge that the lights have also been turned off.
Amazon still reigns in the areas of shopping and connectivity. Alexa is connected to the world of Amazon shopping, and can do things like order pizza, or an Uber. And while Google Home can do some of that, Google is still playing catch up as far as shopping goes. They've increased their connections with third-party products but adding new skills as easily and abundantly available as those on Amazon's platform still has a ways to go.