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If you build conversational interfaces and have been waiting for Google to open up Actions on Google, here is some good news. Google has recently announced that it will allow all developers to use the platform to build out conversational experiences targeted towards Google devices and services.
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Just about every provider of a platform in the cloud is moving down the same path; albeit at different rates of speed. First they figure out that developers of third-party applications can drive more usage of their platform, so they publish a private API. However, it’s not too long before they figure out that making that API public winds up driving the most usage of their platform.