Google recently presented a new function based on generative Artificial Intelligence that will bring more specific customization of Routines to Google Home to more people.
Currently, only advanced users or users with coding experience can use the script editor to further customize their routines by adding additional features to them through lines of code.
“Help me script” to get code for more desired features
At the end of this year, and in the public preview phase, the function will come “help me script” where anyone just needs to log in with their Google Home account on Google Home on the web and simply indicate the additional features they want to add, using natural language.
Google provides examples of the following requests: “If my outdoor camera sees someone after dark, turn on the porch light and make an announcement” or “If the smoke alarm goes off, turn on all the lights in the house and announce an emergency.” through the speakers.”
The artificial intelligence behind “help me script” It will convert requests established in natural language into lines of code that will be introduced in the script editor to add additional features to existing routines, always able to establish the desired code changes.
The feature will improve scripting over time
Google says that “help me script” It is based on a long language model, so that over time it can learn and improve, creating more accurate and personalized scripts every day.
It also invites you to join the Home Automation forum to learn about updates coming to the help me script and join the Nest community to learn about this ecosystem of home automation products.
It is a matter of users taking some time to improve their routines so that they are as complete and accurate as possible, taking into account their habits.