Many Google Duplex calls are from real people instead of AI

Many Google Duplex calls are from real people instead of AI

Google Duplex still isn't completely ready to book your reservations -- a significant percentage of calls are handled by humans.

On Thursday May 23, 2019, Engadget wrote:
The company has confirmed to the New York Times that about 25 percent of the Assistant-based calls start with a human in a call center, while 15 percent require human intervention.

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