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An unlicensed assistant in a real estate office who may work under the supervision of a licensed broker or agent, but who is prohibited from doing anything that specifically requires a license under applicable state law.

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Additionally, 51 percent say they do less research online using web browsers because of their voice-activated assistants. Ten percent say their virtual assistants have had no effect on their online search behavior, though this number rises slightly among women (14 percent) versus men (7 percent).
A vital part of the watch is Apple's voice-activated assistant Siri.
With the new U line, HTC introduced the Sense Assistant, the company's own AI voice-activated assistant. This appears to be one of the first new core features that the company is focusing on right now.
The new software is also believed to have been built to maximize the usability of Google Assistant, the company's own voice-activated assistant.
At the core of the handset is the A9 processor so it can keep up with all the latest apps and a M9 coprocessor which enables always-on support for the "Hey Siri" voice-activated assistant. Also present is the addition of the Apple Pay mobile payment system, which enables owners of the iPhone SE to make in-store purchases at merchants that support wireless payments.
The voice-activated assistant may able to tell you which films have Clint Eastwood in them, can rewind a film and tell you what the weather is, but it can't tell you what two plus twoAaAeAeA equals.
There's voice-activated assistant S Voice, fitness tracker S Health, translation tool S Translator, as well as a huge number of camera features - the ability to use both front and back cameras at once, or record video when taking a photo.
Siri, Apple's digital voice-activated assistant, does not do much to remedy scenarios such as these.
The current hype around voice isn't slowing, thanks to continued momentum with voice-activated assistants, primarily through smart speakers and mobile phones.
In the study, published in the (https://mhealth.jmir.org/2018/9/e174/) JMIR mHealth and uHealth, a medical informatics journal, researchers examined apps released in the health and fitness categories of the app stores for hands-free, voice-activated assistants, including the Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
These voice-activated assistants could easily answer basic search queries that comprise a large number of reference interactions.
"Alexa, turn on the kitchen faucet." More homeowners are utilizing voice-activated assistants, whether it's Amazon's Alexa, Google Assistant, Apple's Siri or Microsoft's Cortana.