NEWS YOU COULD PROBABLY USE: Google Assistant’s latest feature delivers just the ‘good news.’ …

NEWS YOU COULD PROBABLY USE: Google Assistant’s latest feature delivers just the ‘good news.’ To activate the feature, Assistant users in the U.S. can say, “Hey Google, tell me something good” to kick off the daily briefing of happy stories. Google offers some examples of what the “good news” may include, like a story about how Georgia State University stopped students from slipping through the cracks; or how backyard beekeepers in East Detroit are bringing back the dwindling bee population; or how Iceland curbed teen drinking. The stories are selected and summarized by the nonpartisan nonprofit Solutions Journalism Network, an organization that helps train journalists to better cover how people are responding to problems and how those actions can have positive results. I get the feeling there’s going to be a wide gap between Google’ definition of good news and my own.

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