Google’s ‘Tell me something good’ might just restore your faith in humanity
Being perpetually tuned into the news is not fun. Important, perhaps, but usually not particularly good for your outlook on humanity. Google, one of the world’s principal supplier of news, is taking a small step to make things better. Google Assistant is testing a new feature that will only feed you positive stories. Just ask the Assistant “tell me something good” and you’ll be greeted with a curated sumary of positive stories that might just brighten your day. Google says it highlights stories “about people who are solving problems for our communities and our world.” Some examples of what you… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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