Google Assistant Helps Kids Find Their Parents

GOOGLE ALLOWS KIDS TO TRACK THEIR PARENTS' LOCATION

(CNN) – Get ready parents!

Google is giving kids the chance to use technology to keep track of you.

Google has added a new update to its AI assistant that allows families to find each other.

For this to work, each family member has to be linked to a family account on Google.

Once linked, you just need to enable a device with Google Assistant and ask, “Hey Google, Where’s my family?”

The assistant will then show the location of everyone with the help of Google Maps and Life360.

You can also limit the search by asking for a person by name.

Google says anyone at least 13-years old can get an account to use it.

Children under the age of 13 will need their parent’s permission.

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