The world is abuzz with tech talk. At the forefront, it seems, is artificial intelligence (AI) — the “technology that can do things humans can uniquely do, whether it’s talk, see, learn, socialize, and reason,” HubSpot’s Market Research Analyst Mimi An explains.
We’re quickly adopting this technology — 55% of us use voice assistant technology, for example, on a daily or weekly basis. And it certainly doesn’t stop there — messaging apps are quickly gaining traction in the AI space, too.
Two of the more notable — and rivaling — examples of this technology are Siri and Google Assistant. The latter is quite new, having just debuted in May 2016, when it hinted at the release of the Google Pixel, the mobile device to come integrated with it.
The natural question, of course: Which is better?
Zlated Media ventured to find out, putting both personal assistant apps to the test. As it turns out, the answer isn’t so simple, and neither one completely outranks the other on all fronts. The findings were worked into this helpful infographic, depicting side-by-side results of how each app functioned in response to a given task or query.
So, is there a winner? Let us know what you think.