Google Super Bowl ad takes warm path: Assistant helps old people remember good memories of their wives

Google’s latest Super Bowl ad is trying to resonate with you emotionally, and that’s exactly what Google wants to achieve. Following 2013’s “Dear Sophie: Letter to Father” and 2014’s “Love of the Father,” the 2020 Super Bowl ad “Loretta” took another warm line, with an elderly man asking Google Toassistant to help him remember fond memories of his late wife.

Google Super Bowl ad takes warm path: Assistant helps old people remember good memories of their wives

The popularity of the Internet has made us more information appear online, has increasingly penetrated into our daily life. In this Loretta video, an old man uses Google Assistant to remember the good times with his wife, such as how much he loves Alaska and how she hates her husband’s beard.

The ad was inspired by the story of the grandfather of a Google employee and even acted as a voiceover for the video,media Today reported. “At the age of 85, we are delighted to have received the attention of millions of people,” Google’s chief marketing officer wrote in a blog post. “