Baidu launches Duer digital assistant to take on Siri, Cortana and Google Now

Chinese search company challenges Google, Apple and Facebook with artificial intelligence voice search capable of ordering food and giving pet advice

Chinese technology company Baidu, often labelled as China’s Google has launched a digital assistant to take on rivals from Apple, Microsoft and Google.

Unveiled at the company’s Baidu World conference in Beijing on Tuesday, the new Siri-like virtual assistant called “Duer”, which roughly translates to “Du Secretary”, is built into the Baidu Android search app installed on millions of smartphones across China.

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