Flowers are hard to talk to. You tell them about your day, you read them poetry, you complain about the ineffectiveness of the political system, but all they do is just kinda stand there and do nothing.
Well, no more. Google Tulip is a new service that lets Google Home communicate directly with tulips.
Google says advancements in AI have allowed Google Home to understand what tulips are saying as well as translate between Tulipish (what, you thought that all flowers speak the same language?) and “dozens” of human languages.
So what are the tulips saying? Honestly, I hoped for something along the lines of world domination, but all they want is apparently water, sun and nutrition. What a shame. Thankfully, Google is already working on communicating with other plants, including cacti.
There’s a catch, though: Google Tulip is only available today, on April 1st. Be fast.
Article source: https://mashable.com/article/google-tulip/