Google Home is a hands-free, Siri-like device that allows users to ask whatever questions they need answering.
By premising a question with ‘Ok Google,’ users can ask whatever they want.
And now multiple users can activate the device, with unique voice analysis technology.
In the latest ad promoting the new feature, Google Home showcased what appears to be the perfect same-sex nuclear family.
A boy and a girl are sitting at the table eating breakfast when one of the fathers walks in and asks Google what he has planned for the day.
‘Good morning, Alex,’ Google replies.
‘Traffic to work is heavy – it is 45 minutes by car,’ the device adds.
The father, Alex, walks over to his partner, Ross and gives him a loving touch on the arm.
Then Ross asks: ‘Ok Google, tell me about my day.’
The pair decide that Ross will take the kids to school.
Watch the adorable video below:
Google Calendar features gay men
This is not the first time Google has given a cute nod to the LGBTI community.
Last year, they released an ad for Google Calendar featuring another gay character.
Brad gets dumped by his boyfriend and then decides to change his life for the better.
To find new balance in his now-single life, Brad takes up yoga and he is depending on Calendar to fulfil this new resolution amidst his busy work schedule.
Through a series of events, Brad meets the new Spanish guy at work George, and then decides to learn a new language.