Google’s big bet on computers that can teach themselves is about to face its most significant test. One of its latest products, an intelligent digital assistant, is intended to usher in a more natural and intelligent form of human-computer interaction, based on the use of everyday language. Chris Nuttal discusses the development with Richard Waters, the FT's West Coast editor.

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