Google Duplex-powered calls have finally arrived. Sort of. For some people. From a report: A spokesperson confirmed to VentureBeat that Duplex -- Google's artificially intelligent chat agent that can arrange appointments over the phone -- has expanded from a "set of Trusted Tester users" earlier this year to a "small group" of Google Pixel phone owners, who can now use Duplex via the Google Assistant to secure restaurant reservations in "select cities." Presumably, "select cities" refers to the previously announced pilot metros of New York, Atlanta, Phoenix, and San Francisco. If you're not in the "trusted tester" group, you'll likely get an error along the lines of "Sorry, I can't call to make reservations for you yet, but here's their phone number: [10 digits]."
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