How does Mark Zuckerberg's Jarvis compare to Google Home?

I think it's too early to compare the performances of Jarvis and other commercially available digital assistants such as Google Home and Amazon Alexa. In his own words, the current solution works well as a result of the heavily customized configuration of daily-use products at his home and there are more steps to take before launching a full-fledged commercial product like Home or Alexa:

.. it's currently too tightly tied to my own home, appliances and network configuration. If I ever build a layer that abstracts more home automation functionality, I may release that. Or, of course, that could be a great foundation to build a new product.

Having said that, one of the most interesting features I noticed in Jarvis (and not available in Home or Alexa) is its ability to communicate through both voice and text (using a messenger bot) commands. This eliminates the need to stay closer to the device to give commands.

I can text anything to my Jarvis bot, and it will instantly be relayed to my Jarvis server and processed. I can also send audio clips and the server can translate them into text and then execute those commands. In the middle of the day, if someone arrives at my home, Jarvis can text me an image and tell me who's there, or it can text me when I need to go do something.

Building Jarvis

Mark Zukerberg's Jarvis is for personal use whereas Google Home is for commercial purpose.

Google Home only controls voice related questions. Unlike Jarvis, it can't unlock the door or recognition person outside door.

Mark Zukerberg's Jarvis also inform if his daughter is moving from place, or woke up.

Jarvis covers many features which Google Home can't do.

Jarvis is better.


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