It is an artificial intelligence assistant developed by Google that is used to control connected devices, as well as providing information and entertainment through voice commands. One of Google Assistant’s main advantages is its ability to record and schedule meetings, play audio, and follow routine tasks by voice command. In addition, Google Assistant has several skills and applications, allowing you to customize its operation and increase its functionality.
Google describes that its product can: play music, control smart home devices, ask questions and receive information, and set reminders and alarms, as well as the ability to connect with other Google applications and services such as Google Calendar, Google Maps, among others.
However, some technology analysts have collected user complaints claiming that one of the drawbacks of Google Assistant is that its accuracy in recognizing voice and understanding commands can vary depending on the user’s accent or the dialect. Additionally, user privacy has been a concern due to data collection and storage.
As an EMF researcher, I can say that the device does not have a declared SAR level. Some analysts say that a specific SAR level has not been reported for devices with Google Assistant because they do not have built-in antennas and don’t function as a communications device. However, the device connects to the Internet wirelessly and has a variable near-field emission that can be measured, not to mention a low-frequency field emission that can also be detected.
Do not place it on the nightstand, treat it as a WiFi Router device.
SPIRO® CARD next to the device.
Or, alternatively, the device must be within two meters of a larger SPIRO® filter (SPIRO® SQUARE, SPIRO® DISC, or larger).