It’s nice to think that new voice-controlled AI’s like Amazon’s Alexa and Google’s Assistant already have all the answers, but the fact is these “smart” tools still have quite a bit of learning to do. That’s not to say, however, that they can’t help guide you to a more comprehensive source of information. Recently Amazon’s Alexa attained a better grasp of the old Socratic paradox – I know one thing; that I know nothing. Here are some of the latest details on how voice assistants can offer recommendations and suggestions when they’re asked to do something they aren’t quite sure of:
According to TechCrunch,
This behavior brings Alexa more on par with how skill discovery works today on Google Home, via its virtual helper, Google Assistant. If Google Home developers tell Google what type of actions an app can handle, their app will then be offered as a recommendation to relevant user questions, the website for Google Home explains.
Read more about this new behavior at Voicebot.ai
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