I mean it's pretty straight forward. I went downtown and it gave me the notification that I was x minutes away from my house. How does it poll that data of where I live? Does it track my location to see if I'm stationary for x amount of time and sets it as default? This is Google Now, btw.
Answer by trueb · Dec 21, 2012 at 06:05 PM
For most people the place they are at 1:00 am is most likely their home... yet i do know some people that if that is what Google went off of they would be really confused as that they are never in the same place at 1:00am anyways, yes, google knows your habits, and humans are quite predictable... However, it would be nice if it realized that you went the other way form work insted of going home that it would assume you dont want to go home after work...
Answer by Lestat611 · Feb 04, 2013 at 04:33 AM
@DJ Scooby Doo It just all depends I think. It probably would also reference things like what your Facebook page says and whatever else it could find about you. If you spend a lot of time at Yankee Stadium while they are hosting an event then it just might think you are just a huge Yankees fan or like all the other events that they host. It would probably also check to see where else you spend a lot of time and if that place is a business then you could also work there instead of at Yankee Stadium or you could work from home... Just so many variable that it most likely takes into consideration...
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