In the last few months, we have constantly heard or read news about the dominance of artificial intelligence. Looking at all the reports, it is clear that AI is here to stay. Its influence extends to various fields from education to business sectors. Especially in technological pursuits, AI has taken the world by storm. As AI continues to gain attention, it has now found its way into a mobile application designed to save users valuable time dealing with spam and unwanted calls. Conspiracy happened? We are talking about a new launch of Truecaller, which will act as a personal assistant for people to attend calls and deal with spam.
Truecaller recently launched its innovative product called Truecaller Assistant in India, which leverages cloud telephony as well as machine learning to screen calls. The service is currently available for Android users and works in Hindi, English and ‘Hinglish’ languages.
How does Truecaller Assistant work?
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Truecaller Assistant is basically a customizable, interactive, digital receptionist that answers calls to users on their phones and also helps avoid unwanted callers. After receiving a call, the assistant will respond quickly and understand the caller with high accuracy.
A live transcription of what the caller is saying will be shown to users, after which they can decide whether they want to take the call, ask the caller for more information or mark it as spam with just a single tap.
More about Truecaller Assistant
Truecaller Assistant, which will be available only for Android users, will come on a free trial basis for 14 days, after which users can buy it as a part of their Premium Assistant plan, which starts at Rs 149 per month.
The service was initially launched in the US and Australia, among other additional markets. It is expected to be launched in more countries with language options.
For users in India, the service is currently available in three languages, with a range of options including a personalized assistant with different accents and voices in different styles. The service was launched exactly a month after Truecaller reintroduced the call recording feature.