Google’s new Nac computer software uses artificial intelligence to recognize handwriting, track and track your every move and even make a few predictions about you based on your habits and activities.
The company said the new feature, which will roll out in a few weeks, will help people keep more of their personal information private from companies and government agencies, such as banks and the military.
Google says Nac’s software can be used for things like tracking who you’re communicating with, identifying who is on a call, finding and tracking locations, and even predicting your next move.
Nac can also recognize words, phrases, and phrases like “Hello” or “Hello,” “Welcome” and “Good Morning.”
Google says it can also identify your body language, the way you smile and how often you talk.
Google says Nampers software can also “identify, match, and categorize people based on their speech patterns, gestures, and facial expressions.”
Nac’s technology also uses Google’s voice recognition technology to identify words like “hello” and identify your voice to be recognized.
Nampers uses artificial neural networks, or AI, to detect and categorise words in speech, as well as identifying facial expressions, Google said.NAC can recognize phrases like hello, hello, good morning, hello.
The company says its AI software can then determine which words, or phrases, are important to your daily activities, such a checking email, or sending an email.
Google said it is now testing Namper software in a pilot program in Canada.
It plans to roll out Namp software in the United States in the next few weeks.
The feature is a step in the right direction for Google to move beyond just copying its products to better protect its user data.