Something seemed to stick out…and that something were the two peanut nipples that Jennifer Aniston had protruding up through her top for a number of episodes in a row.
From what I can remember the nipples seemed to get more obvious, more eye-catching as the thrill of her amazing ‘Jennifer Hairdo’ faded.
That whole conversation actually be with the Google assistant, though.
According to the 27-year-old researcher, the software has a built-in surveillance blacklist that scans messages sent between users for specific words and phrases.
If a user types one of the offending phrases into the Skype text chat, it triggers an alert—sending a copy back to a centralized computer server and flagging who sent the message and when.
Google is announcing today that it’s ready to let developers create “conversation actions,” little bots that you’ll be able to interact with using the Google Home speaker.
Though the company wouldn’t say when Home and the Google Assistant would be fully open to third-party developers beyond “early next year,” some partners that have already been working with the company could announce new actions in the coming weeks.