I kept asking various questions that came to mind on the spur of the moment, and Google often chimes in. For example, I missed Game 6 of the World Series while I was away. When I got home, my wife told me how there had been a grand slam. But she wasn't sure if that was the right term for when a race brings heavy bases (she's British). I thought it was but wasn't sure (because I'm pretty ignorant about the sport). I asked Google Home, one way, and it didn't know. I tried a slightly different way and got an answer.
The Amazon Echo couldn't respond anyway. Here is the successful response: Google Home answers aren't always correct Google Home isn't perfect, of course. There are times when he just can't answer a question. Occasionally, the Amazon Echo may respond when fax number list Google fails, such as when I asked "What's the World Series score?", as shown below: Asked another way - "Who wins the World Series" - and both were able to answer: Perhaps a bigger problem is when Google Home confidently answers a question, even if the answer isn't correct.
For example, when my new Lego catalog arrived yesterday, there was an article about how Disney's new castle is the second largest Lego set ever. I wondered which was the biggest and asked: Google Home pulled an answer about the Taj Mahal from an IGN article, saying it was the most important. It's true. But it's not the biggest. This is the Eiffel Tower set from 2007. This answer was bad because it didn't answer the actual question. Here is an example where Google Home gives a completely incorrect answer, Barack Obama being the “