Apr 7, 2014
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Google is preparing to launch a travel app that will use 3G as well as work with artificial intelligence. At the moment, 3G is an excellent way to access enormous amounts of data. Everything is accessible through Google Glasses. They are an explosive cocktail, tested in the greatest secrecy, and a device which worries travel agencies across the United States. This happens to be released in France by the end of the year.
We knew that the famous search engine was very interested in the tourism industry, which accounts for a substantial share of its earnings.
We also knew that for several years it has been aggregating skills, redeeming sites, and putting up information for travel, hotels, and flights…
In short, this is a strategy that has been proven with Google Calendar, Google Docs, Google Drive, Google Base, Gmail, Chrome, and others…
Ultimately, all these scattered elements, when assembled, have become formidable competitors to Microsoft which has, as usual, foreseen this…
The Company that resides in Mountain View, San Francisco which spaces no industry whatsoever, especially not tourism, is preparing to wield another blow to another industry. With its developments in the field of robotics, its big data, and Google Glasses, it has developed the most powerful travel agent of all: The “Travel Concierge.”

It will talk with you just like a real travel agent…

With augmented reality, it will talk with you like a real travel agent that will be displayed as a hologram by the famous glasses.
But, it’ll never replace the real travel agent, right? Well, think again.

With a semantic search, the client address, and a natural language dialogue with the “Travel Concierge.” Thanks to a semantic search and the voice recognition technology, the process they have created is amazing; it is able to meet 100% of the requests made to it. The system is capable of meeting different packages by drawing into the database and mounting sophisticated packages. Also it is capable to provide tailor-made path, picking the best path when going on inter-island travel or avoiding other transport traps, which usually are not dealt with by a stubborn travel agency.

Some people are actually testing the greatest secret of the app prototype which, according to our sources, covers 98% of requests made to actual agencies.

Significant progress has been developed and produced through research into artificial intelligence engineers at San Francisco.
In Silicon Valley, the information has begun to filter through and has started to panic various travel agencies across the United States.

“Travel Concierge” will be launched in the fall/September of 2014 and should be available in Europe as well as other regions before the end of 2014.

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