Google is developing automation for its smart home app, Google Home, in an effort to keep ahead of the fast-paced AI revolution. This, in particular, might put it ahead of other smart home service providers. The new features will make the script feature for sophisticated Google Home automation more approachable, even for newcomers with no coding experience.
The editor has been accessible for a few months now, having been introduced in June, and while it is now only available on Google Home’s web interface, the firm also said that it will be available for iOS and Android users later this year.
Google House automation enables you to activate extra bells and whistles in your house when certain circumstances occur. These could include getting out of bed, driving into your house, or receiving a package. The script editor allows you to create code and configure events such as automatic alarm triggering.
Users merely need to check in to Google Home for the web and express their wants in natural language to get started with personalized automation whenever Google’s new AI tool is released. Your request will be translated, and a code block will be created by the script editor.