Google uses artificial intelligence to detect fraudulent calls

Google announced at the Google I/O 2024 developer conference that it is developing a new feature based on artificial intelligence to protect Android users from fraudulent calls.

The feature aims to provide Android users with new advanced protection against fraudulent calls using the Gemini Nano artificial intelligence model, which is a miniature version of the Gemini model that runs on devices.

This feature scans conversations for fraudulent or malicious patterns and sends alerts to users during calls so that they can protect themselves in time.

For example, the new feature protects Android users from fraud attempts, often from self-proclaimed scammers, when they receive a call requesting personal information such as a password or credit card number, or when they are asked to make an urgent payment or transfer. money. It is linked to banks and official institutions.

This new feature works entirely on the device and does not require an Internet connection, as the Gemini Nano model monitors and analyzes calls on the user’s device without interference from Google and its servers to maintain the privacy of calls.

There's no information yet on when fraudulent call detection will roll out to Android, but Google says a subscription is required to use the feature and more information will be released "later this year."

This feature is likely to be only available on a limited number of smartphones. This is because the Gemini Nano model itself is currently only used in the Galaxy S24 series and Google Pixel 8 Pro phones and is expected to be used in other new phones that will be launched this year.

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