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Google Opens API For Its Personal Assistant Google Now

Google plans to open the application program interface (API) for its personal assistant Google Now to developers, allowing third-party companies to create interactive cards for the app. Leo Sun compares it to Apple Siri and Microsoft Cortana. He outlines the benefits and drawbacks, and how he believes the $19 trillion-dollar industry could kill the Internet.

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