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Alexa Amazon: ILA THE DIGITAL WORLD L A case for resurrecting Clippy by TAK SATO or increasingly making appearances in the "smart" devices category with internet con- nectivity (aka Internet of Things or "IoT" for short) such as SmartTV or various smart IoT products that make up the Smart Home cat- egory. In fact these voice assistants get their intelligence from the internet, alka the cloud, o you remember "Clippy?" His official name was "Clippit" and his official capacity as an office assistant meant Clippy used his charm to give users helpful advice for the office productivity software suite from Microsoft that they were using to b even though it can provide rudimentary help, just like Clippy did, when disconnected from the digital world. Although consumers either loved or hated Clippy's assistance two decades ago, I believe the representation of assistants as animated characters giving audio and/or visual cues in operating a device should be propitious. Combining the ever-increasing sophisti- cation of artificial intelligence with the visual representation of assistants giving step-by- step guidance to successfully accomplish a repeatable task on smartphones, tablets or computers should be helpful. This is akin to how robots have become more human-like, aka becoming an android, where interaction between humans and robots continues to create documents and crunch numbers. Clippy, and other office assistant charac- ters available for selection, garnered a lot of criucism from computer users. Many deemed Clippy to be "intrusive and annoying" (per Wikipedia) because it interrupted the user's workflow at inopportune times and with rather elementary advice to the task at hand. To its creators' credit, the ability to silence office assistants like Clippy from interrupting one's workflow was offered but that did not appease users enough. Clippy and his gang of user- selectable office assistants bid farewell in 2001. From a geek perspective, perhaps the artificial intelligence built into consumer products was still nascent back then and resulted in Clippy dishing out unpolished and rudimentary advice that annoyed more people than it helped. The artificial intelligence in 2019 that underpins "voice assistants" like Alexa (Amazon), Siri (Apple), and Google Assis- tant (Google) are many times more sophisti- cated in their intelligence compared to what was fueling Clippy and the gang almost two decades ago! Voice assistants are also ubiquitous where they as computers, smartphones and tablets, be more like how two humans interact with each other. The more relatable the assistants become visually, the better the chances of accepting the help it provides. Voice assistants, to many, are already very helpful and adding the visual cues a la Clippy should make it even better. With careful planning as to when and how these assistants are summoned to duty, it should avoid what Microsoft did to Clippy premature- ly. Artificial intelligence, aka the brains behind the operation of these assistants, have vastly improved and will keep improving! are baked into traditional devices such If we must ressurect Clippy, then who will conduct the ritual?
Alexa Amazon: ILA
 THE DIGITAL WORLD
 L
 A case for resurrecting Clippy
 by TAK SATO
 or increasingly making appearances in the
 "smart" devices category with internet con-
 nectivity (aka Internet of Things or "IoT" for
 short) such as SmartTV or various smart IoT
 products that make up the Smart Home cat-
 egory. In fact these voice assistants get their
 intelligence from the internet, alka the cloud,
 o you remember "Clippy?" His official
 name was "Clippit" and his official
 capacity as an office assistant meant
 Clippy used his charm to give users helpful
 advice for the office productivity software
 suite from Microsoft that they were using to
 b
 even though it can provide rudimentary help,
 just like Clippy did, when disconnected from
 the digital world.
 Although consumers either loved or hated
 Clippy's assistance two decades ago, I believe
 the representation of assistants as animated
 characters giving audio and/or visual cues in
 operating a device should be propitious.
 Combining the ever-increasing sophisti-
 cation of artificial intelligence with the visual
 representation of assistants giving step-by-
 step guidance to successfully accomplish a
 repeatable task on smartphones, tablets or
 computers should be helpful. This is akin to
 how robots have become more human-like,
 aka becoming an android, where interaction
 between humans and robots continues to
 create documents and crunch numbers.
 Clippy, and other office assistant charac-
 ters available for selection, garnered a lot of
 criucism from computer users. Many deemed
 Clippy to be "intrusive and annoying" (per
 Wikipedia) because it interrupted the user's
 workflow at inopportune times and with rather
 elementary advice to the task at hand. To its
 creators' credit, the ability to silence office
 assistants like Clippy from interrupting one's
 workflow was offered but that did not appease
 users enough. Clippy and his gang of user-
 selectable office assistants bid farewell in 2001.
 From a geek perspective, perhaps the
 artificial intelligence built into consumer
 products was still nascent back then and
 resulted in Clippy dishing out unpolished
 and rudimentary advice that annoyed more
 people than it helped.
 The artificial intelligence in 2019 that
 underpins "voice assistants" like Alexa
 (Amazon), Siri (Apple), and Google Assis-
 tant (Google) are many times more sophisti-
 cated in their intelligence compared to what
 was fueling Clippy and the gang almost two
 decades ago!
 Voice assistants are also ubiquitous where
 they
 as computers, smartphones and tablets,
 be more like how two humans interact with
 each other.
 The more relatable the assistants become
 visually, the better the chances of accepting the
 help it provides. Voice assistants, to many, are
 already very helpful and adding the visual cues
 a la Clippy should make it even better. With
 careful planning as to when and how these
 assistants are summoned to duty, it should
 avoid what Microsoft did to Clippy premature-
 ly. Artificial intelligence, aka the brains behind
 the operation of these assistants, have vastly
 improved and will keep improving!
 are baked into traditional devices such
If we must ressurect Clippy, then who will conduct the ritual?

If we must ressurect Clippy, then who will conduct the ritual?

Alexa Amazon: NE .11155% 1 :16 AM ELIS_Modteam IM ~] points hour ago This thread has been locked because the moderators think it's silly to continue to ban people for violating rule 3 and rule 8, when it appears a number of sufficient explanations have been given Way too many people think that this is, apparently, a place to share conspiracy theories about how they are being listened to Thanks for reading, we hope you've enjoyed this thread! points 4 hours ago as possible, this is the process that happens: 1. There is a chip that is always listening in the echo/it doesnt record, doesn't transmit to Amazon. 2. When this chip hears the wake word (Alexa, Amazon, Echo or Computér, whatever you have set) it activates a buffer, recording a bit (less than a few seconds) 3. This is sent up to Amazon where their better processing (their servers are obviously more powerful than an echo) verifies the wake word was said 4. If the wake word wasn't said, the buffer is purged. If not, the buffer gets analyzed along with any continued speech for commands The buffer is used so it is smooth, otherwise, you'd have to say "Alexa" wait for it to verify, with a pause, then state your command. The couple second buffer allows smoother "Alexa, turn on the lights" type commands radi0chik ]points 3 hours ago + bslow22 [] points 2 hours ago + Saxi ~] points 2 hours ago This should be #1 answer, very EL15 and dead on load more comments ageond~] points 4 hours ago There is a special circuit which is listening to everything waiting on "Alexa". When it hears that word it will wake up recording and language processing for the rest of the then it is just that single chip which can only recognize "Alexa" and redords nothing 37 more comments s ~] points 4 hours ago It's alwaystening losally without recording or sending days over the internet to the cloud servers until it hears cloud for processing en it starts sending all audio up to the 11 more comments + dorcha6 [~] points 3 hours ago I like to think of it like a dinner party - you are constantly able to hear what everyone else is saying at the table, but you don't pay attention and actually listen until you hear our own name. Alexa works similarly, 'hearing' what you say (through a looping recording process), but not really listening until you say the wake word 1 more comment +] CC_Panadero [~] points 3 hours ago I just read the article in the link below, and apparently you can access all recordings from your Alexa on the app https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.usatodav.com/amp/649814002 Top (and gilded) comments programming us to believe amazon echos aren't listening 24/7.... good try Bezos.
Alexa Amazon: NE
 .11155%
 1 :16 AM
 ELIS_Modteam IM ~] points hour ago
 This thread has been locked because the moderators think it's silly to continue to ban
 people for violating rule 3 and rule 8, when it appears a number of sufficient
 explanations have been given
 Way too many people think that this is, apparently, a place to share conspiracy
 theories about how they are being listened to
 Thanks for reading, we hope you've enjoyed this thread!
 points 4 hours ago
 as possible, this is the process that happens:
 1. There is a chip that is always listening in the echo/it doesnt record, doesn't
 transmit to Amazon.
 2. When this chip hears the wake word (Alexa, Amazon, Echo or Computér, whatever
 you have set) it activates a buffer, recording a bit (less than a few seconds)
 3. This is sent up to Amazon where their better processing (their servers are
 obviously more powerful than an echo) verifies the wake word was said
 4. If the wake word wasn't said, the buffer is purged. If not, the buffer gets analyzed
 along with any continued speech for commands
 The buffer is used so it is smooth, otherwise, you'd have to say "Alexa" wait for it to
 verify, with a pause, then state your command. The couple second buffer allows
 smoother "Alexa, turn on the lights" type commands
 radi0chik ]points 3 hours ago +
 bslow22 [] points 2 hours ago +
 Saxi ~] points 2 hours ago
 This should be #1 answer, very EL15 and dead on
 load more comments
 ageond~] points 4 hours ago
 There is a special circuit which is listening to everything waiting on "Alexa". When it
 hears that word it will wake up recording and language processing for the rest of the
 then it is just that single chip which can only recognize "Alexa" and
 redords nothing
 37 more comments
 s ~] points 4 hours ago
 It's alwaystening losally without recording or sending days over the internet to the
 cloud servers until it hears
 cloud for processing
 en it starts sending all audio up to the
 11 more comments
 +
 dorcha6 [~] points 3 hours ago
 I like to think of it like a dinner party - you are constantly able to hear what everyone
 else is saying at the table, but you don't pay attention and actually listen until you hear
 our own name.
 Alexa works similarly, 'hearing' what you say (through a looping recording process),
 but not really listening until you say the wake word
 1 more comment +]
 CC_Panadero [~] points 3 hours ago
 I just read the article in the link below, and apparently you can access all recordings
 from your Alexa on the app
 https://www.google.com/amp/s/amp.usatodav.com/amp/649814002
Top (and gilded) comments programming us to believe amazon echos aren't listening 24/7.... good try Bezos.

Top (and gilded) comments programming us to believe amazon echos aren't listening 24/7.... good try Bezos.

Alexa Amazon: IS AMAZON ECHO CONNECTED TO THE C.I.A.? Power Knowledge-1s IGGE It's bad enough, I have to cover my laptop camera when I open it up to do schoolwork. It's bad enough that I know my cellphone can more harm than good. My television is definitely in this category too, unfortunately. So like my pops said, a week ago, why would I make it worse by purchasing something like this?!?!? What....So 'people' can listen to stuff, in my crib?! Nah, I'm good with all of that. Repost @knowledge_1s_power ・・・ Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been connected to the CIA. In 2013, Bezos bought The Washington Post. Shortly thereafter, The Washington Times reports, Bezos “clinched a $600 million contract with the CIA. The contract was supposed to be a deal for Mr. Bezos and his web-based business to build the CIA a private cloud for intel data.” However, Bezos’ buying of WaPo may also be a CIA plan under Operation Mockingbird. Operation Mockingbird, which may or may not still exist, started in the early 1950s as a large-scale program by the CIA to manipulate news media for propaganda purposes. If Bezos is being funded by the CIA, The Washington Post may not be as keen to be critical of the organization. The Amazon Echo came out on June 23, 2015, about two years after Bezos’ contract with the CIA. The Amazon Echo has major privacy concerns, as reported by USA Today. They write: “Amazon keeps an audio recording of every voice command you’ve issued to Alexa. According to Amazon, there is also a fraction of a second of audio before the wake word that is stored along with each recording.” Another viral video published in January last year has an Amazon Echo owner asking Alexa if they were currently being monitored by the National Security Agency (NSA). Alexa did not respond. New Vault 7 revelations may make some question how often Alexa is really listening. nsa cia spying vault7 wikileaks usa america AntiTyranny government unite higherconsciousness higherperspective instagram videooftheday truth message knowledgeispower cityovgods proliferatetruth fuckthesystem fuckdonaldtrump maga wakeup alexa amazon
Alexa Amazon: IS AMAZON ECHO CONNECTED
 TO THE C.I.A.?
 Power
 Knowledge-1s IGGE
It's bad enough, I have to cover my laptop camera when I open it up to do schoolwork. It's bad enough that I know my cellphone can more harm than good. My television is definitely in this category too, unfortunately. So like my pops said, a week ago, why would I make it worse by purchasing something like this?!?!? What....So 'people' can listen to stuff, in my crib?! Nah, I'm good with all of that. Repost @knowledge_1s_power ・・・ Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been connected to the CIA. In 2013, Bezos bought The Washington Post. Shortly thereafter, The Washington Times reports, Bezos “clinched a $600 million contract with the CIA. The contract was supposed to be a deal for Mr. Bezos and his web-based business to build the CIA a private cloud for intel data.” However, Bezos’ buying of WaPo may also be a CIA plan under Operation Mockingbird. Operation Mockingbird, which may or may not still exist, started in the early 1950s as a large-scale program by the CIA to manipulate news media for propaganda purposes. If Bezos is being funded by the CIA, The Washington Post may not be as keen to be critical of the organization. The Amazon Echo came out on June 23, 2015, about two years after Bezos’ contract with the CIA. The Amazon Echo has major privacy concerns, as reported by USA Today. They write: “Amazon keeps an audio recording of every voice command you’ve issued to Alexa. According to Amazon, there is also a fraction of a second of audio before the wake word that is stored along with each recording.” Another viral video published in January last year has an Amazon Echo owner asking Alexa if they were currently being monitored by the National Security Agency (NSA). Alexa did not respond. New Vault 7 revelations may make some question how often Alexa is really listening. nsa cia spying vault7 wikileaks usa america AntiTyranny government unite higherconsciousness higherperspective instagram videooftheday truth message knowledgeispower cityovgods proliferatetruth fuckthesystem fuckdonaldtrump maga wakeup alexa amazon

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Alexa Amazon: IS AMAZON ECHO CONNECTED TO THE C.I.A.? 1s Power IG@Knowledge Repost @knowledge_1s_power ・・・ Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been connected to the CIA. In 2013, Bezos bought The Washington Post. Shortly thereafter, The Washington Times reports, Bezos “clinched a $600 million contract with the CIA. The contract was supposed to be a deal for Mr. Bezos and his web-based business to build the CIA a private cloud for intel data.” However, Bezos’ buying of WaPo may also be a CIA plan under Operation Mockingbird. Operation Mockingbird, which may or may not still exist, started in the early 1950s as a large-scale program by the CIA to manipulate news media for propaganda purposes. If Bezos is being funded by the CIA, The Washington Post may not be as keen to be critical of the organization. The Amazon Echo came out on June 23, 2015, about two years after Bezos’ contract with the CIA. The Amazon Echo has major privacy concerns, as reported by USA Today. They write: “Amazon keeps an audio recording of every voice command you’ve issued to Alexa. According to Amazon, there is also a fraction of a second of audio before the wake word that is stored along with each recording.” Another viral video published in January last year has an Amazon Echo owner asking Alexa if they were currently being monitored by the National Security Agency (NSA). Alexa did not respond. New Vault 7 revelations may make some question how often Alexa is really listening. nsa cia spying vault7 wikileaks usa america AntiTyranny government unite higherconsciousness higherperspective instagram videooftheday truth message knowledgeispower cityovgods proliferatetruth fuckthesystem fuckdonaldtrump maga wakeup alexa amazon
Alexa Amazon: IS AMAZON ECHO CONNECTED
 TO THE C.I.A.?
 1s Power
 IG@Knowledge
Repost @knowledge_1s_power ・・・ Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been connected to the CIA. In 2013, Bezos bought The Washington Post. Shortly thereafter, The Washington Times reports, Bezos “clinched a $600 million contract with the CIA. The contract was supposed to be a deal for Mr. Bezos and his web-based business to build the CIA a private cloud for intel data.” However, Bezos’ buying of WaPo may also be a CIA plan under Operation Mockingbird. Operation Mockingbird, which may or may not still exist, started in the early 1950s as a large-scale program by the CIA to manipulate news media for propaganda purposes. If Bezos is being funded by the CIA, The Washington Post may not be as keen to be critical of the organization. The Amazon Echo came out on June 23, 2015, about two years after Bezos’ contract with the CIA. The Amazon Echo has major privacy concerns, as reported by USA Today. They write: “Amazon keeps an audio recording of every voice command you’ve issued to Alexa. According to Amazon, there is also a fraction of a second of audio before the wake word that is stored along with each recording.” Another viral video published in January last year has an Amazon Echo owner asking Alexa if they were currently being monitored by the National Security Agency (NSA). Alexa did not respond. New Vault 7 revelations may make some question how often Alexa is really listening. nsa cia spying vault7 wikileaks usa america AntiTyranny government unite higherconsciousness higherperspective instagram videooftheday truth message knowledgeispower cityovgods proliferatetruth fuckthesystem fuckdonaldtrump maga wakeup alexa amazon

Repost @knowledge_1s_power ・・・ Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been connected to the CIA. In 2013, Bezos bought The Washington Post. Shortly th...

Alexa Amazon: IS AMAZON ECHO CONNECTED TO THE C.I.A.? ledge- tu knowledge 1s power Repost @knowledge_1s_power with @repostapp ・・・ Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been connected to the CIA. In 2013, Bezos bought The Washington Post. Shortly thereafter, The Washington Times reports, Bezos “clinched a $600 million contract with the CIA. The contract was supposed to be a deal for Mr. Bezos and his web-based business to build the CIA a private cloud for intel data.” However, Bezos’ buying of WaPo may also be a CIA plan under Operation Mockingbird. Operation Mockingbird, which may or may not still exist, started in the early 1950s as a large-scale program by the CIA to manipulate news media for propaganda purposes. If Bezos is being funded by the CIA, The Washington Post may not be as keen to be critical of the organization. The Amazon Echo came out on June 23, 2015, about two years after Bezos’ contract with the CIA. The Amazon Echo has major privacy concerns, as reported by USA Today. They write: “Amazon keeps an audio recording of every voice command you’ve issued to Alexa. According to Amazon, there is also a fraction of a second of audio before the wake word that is stored along with each recording.” Another viral video published in January last year has an Amazon Echo owner asking Alexa if they were currently being monitored by the National Security Agency (NSA). Alexa did not respond. New Vault 7 revelations may make some question how often Alexa is really listening. nsa cia spying vault7 wikileaks usa america AntiTyranny government unite higherconsciousness higherperspective instagram videooftheday truth message knowledgeispower cityovgods proliferatetruth fuckthesystem fuckdonaldtrump maga wakeup alexa amazon
Alexa Amazon: IS AMAZON ECHO CONNECTED
 TO THE C.I.A.?
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Repost @knowledge_1s_power with @repostapp ・・・ Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been connected to the CIA. In 2013, Bezos bought The Washington Post. Shortly thereafter, The Washington Times reports, Bezos “clinched a $600 million contract with the CIA. The contract was supposed to be a deal for Mr. Bezos and his web-based business to build the CIA a private cloud for intel data.” However, Bezos’ buying of WaPo may also be a CIA plan under Operation Mockingbird. Operation Mockingbird, which may or may not still exist, started in the early 1950s as a large-scale program by the CIA to manipulate news media for propaganda purposes. If Bezos is being funded by the CIA, The Washington Post may not be as keen to be critical of the organization. The Amazon Echo came out on June 23, 2015, about two years after Bezos’ contract with the CIA. The Amazon Echo has major privacy concerns, as reported by USA Today. They write: “Amazon keeps an audio recording of every voice command you’ve issued to Alexa. According to Amazon, there is also a fraction of a second of audio before the wake word that is stored along with each recording.” Another viral video published in January last year has an Amazon Echo owner asking Alexa if they were currently being monitored by the National Security Agency (NSA). Alexa did not respond. New Vault 7 revelations may make some question how often Alexa is really listening. nsa cia spying vault7 wikileaks usa america AntiTyranny government unite higherconsciousness higherperspective instagram videooftheday truth message knowledgeispower cityovgods proliferatetruth fuckthesystem fuckdonaldtrump maga wakeup alexa amazon

Repost @knowledge_1s_power with @repostapp ・・・ Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been connected to the CIA. In 2013, Bezos bought The Washington...

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Alexa Amazon: IS AMAZON ECHO CONNECTED TO THE C.I.A.? Power 1s ledger IG Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been connected to the CIA. In 2013, Bezos bought The Washington Post. Shortly thereafter, The Washington Times reports, Bezos “clinched a $600 million contract with the CIA. The contract was supposed to be a deal for Mr. Bezos and his web-based business to build the CIA a private cloud for intel data.” However, Bezos’ buying of WaPo may also be a CIA plan under Operation Mockingbird. Operation Mockingbird, which may or may not still exist, started in the early 1950s as a large-scale program by the CIA to manipulate news media for propaganda purposes. If Bezos is being funded by the CIA, The Washington Post may not be as keen to be critical of the organization. The Amazon Echo came out on June 23, 2015, about two years after Bezos’ contract with the CIA. The Amazon Echo has major privacy concerns, as reported by USA Today. They write: “Amazon keeps an audio recording of every voice command you’ve issued to Alexa. According to Amazon, there is also a fraction of a second of audio before the wake word that is stored along with each recording.” Another viral video published in January last year has an Amazon Echo owner asking Alexa if they were currently being monitored by the National Security Agency (NSA). Alexa did not respond. New Vault 7 revelations may make some question how often Alexa is really listening. nsa cia spying vault7 wikileaks usa america AntiTyranny government unite higherconsciousness higherperspective instagram videooftheday truth message knowledgeispower cityovgods proliferatetruth fuckthesystem fuckdonaldtrump maga wakeup alexa amazon
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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been connected to the CIA. In 2013, Bezos bought The Washington Post. Shortly thereafter, The Washington Times reports, Bezos “clinched a $600 million contract with the CIA. The contract was supposed to be a deal for Mr. Bezos and his web-based business to build the CIA a private cloud for intel data.” However, Bezos’ buying of WaPo may also be a CIA plan under Operation Mockingbird. Operation Mockingbird, which may or may not still exist, started in the early 1950s as a large-scale program by the CIA to manipulate news media for propaganda purposes. If Bezos is being funded by the CIA, The Washington Post may not be as keen to be critical of the organization. The Amazon Echo came out on June 23, 2015, about two years after Bezos’ contract with the CIA. The Amazon Echo has major privacy concerns, as reported by USA Today. They write: “Amazon keeps an audio recording of every voice command you’ve issued to Alexa. According to Amazon, there is also a fraction of a second of audio before the wake word that is stored along with each recording.” Another viral video published in January last year has an Amazon Echo owner asking Alexa if they were currently being monitored by the National Security Agency (NSA). Alexa did not respond. New Vault 7 revelations may make some question how often Alexa is really listening. nsa cia spying vault7 wikileaks usa america AntiTyranny government unite higherconsciousness higherperspective instagram videooftheday truth message knowledgeispower cityovgods proliferatetruth fuckthesystem fuckdonaldtrump maga wakeup alexa amazon

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has been connected to the CIA. In 2013, Bezos bought The Washington Post. Shortly thereafter, The Washington Times...

Alexa Amazon: Amazon's Alexa Seeks To Become Operating System For Internet Of Things JANUARY 9, 2017 AT 7:12 AM Technocracy News Amazon's Alexa stole the show at CES in a bid to become the Intemet of Things operating system Arjun Kharpal 1000110001110 H 1010100 1010100100011000111010110101001000 The InternetofThings (IoT) will hundreds of devices in every home and person’s life: who will animate and orchestrate them? Amazon is scrambling to achieve dominance. Amid internet-connected hairbrushes and jeans at this year’s ConsumerElectronicsShow (CES) in LasVegas, there was one big – but barely visible -winner: Amazon. Alexa – Amazon’s artificialintelligence (AI) voice assistant rival to Apple’s Siri and Google Assistant – was everywhere. The U.S. e-commerce giant integrated Alexa with a number of devices and products including Ford cars, LG’s new refrigerator, and Huawei’s Mate9 smartphone. Previously, Alexa was only on Amazon’s own Echo speaker and just a handful of devices. But Amazon’s Alexa push is the company’s attempt to become an operating system (OS) for the so-called Internet of Things (IoT), just as Google Android and Apple iOS have done with mobile “The latest generation of IoT appears to require (AI-driven) voice-led OS ,” Neil Campling, head of global technology, mobile, telecom research at Northern Trust Capital Markets, wrote in a note on Friday. “Whereas Apple’s Siri seems more a function within iOS and OS X perhaps Amazon’s Alexa offers the best opportunity to provide an IoT operating system.” Amazon’s push is significant because the company has struggled in the past with creating an ecosystem that can take on its rivals. Apple has customers locked into its iPhones and Macs while Microsoft dominated the PC space for years. Alphabet-owned Google meanwhile has a suite of software and services used by millions. But none of them have made a big move into the IoT like Amazon has so far. “All those companies know voice is an important part of the future, but Amazon has spotted the opportunity, has executed well and has built an ecosystem strategy where they are building relationships so they can be bigger than Amazon could be alone,” Ian Fogg, head of mobile at IHS Markit, told CNBC by phone. ✋🏾More in comments👇🏾 Technocracy
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The InternetofThings (IoT) will hundreds of devices in every home and person’s life: who will animate and orchestrate them? Amazon is scrambling to achieve dominance. Amid internet-connected hairbrushes and jeans at this year’s ConsumerElectronicsShow (CES) in LasVegas, there was one big – but barely visible -winner: Amazon. Alexa – Amazon’s artificialintelligence (AI) voice assistant rival to Apple’s Siri and Google Assistant – was everywhere. The U.S. e-commerce giant integrated Alexa with a number of devices and products including Ford cars, LG’s new refrigerator, and Huawei’s Mate9 smartphone. Previously, Alexa was only on Amazon’s own Echo speaker and just a handful of devices. But Amazon’s Alexa push is the company’s attempt to become an operating system (OS) for the so-called Internet of Things (IoT), just as Google Android and Apple iOS have done with mobile “The latest generation of IoT appears to require (AI-driven) voice-led OS ,” Neil Campling, head of global technology, mobile, telecom research at Northern Trust Capital Markets, wrote in a note on Friday. “Whereas Apple’s Siri seems more a function within iOS and OS X perhaps Amazon’s Alexa offers the best opportunity to provide an IoT operating system.” Amazon’s push is significant because the company has struggled in the past with creating an ecosystem that can take on its rivals. Apple has customers locked into its iPhones and Macs while Microsoft dominated the PC space for years. Alphabet-owned Google meanwhile has a suite of software and services used by millions. But none of them have made a big move into the IoT like Amazon has so far. “All those companies know voice is an important part of the future, but Amazon has spotted the opportunity, has executed well and has built an ecosystem strategy where they are building relationships so they can be bigger than Amazon could be alone,” Ian Fogg, head of mobile at IHS Markit, told CNBC by phone. ✋🏾More in comments👇🏾 Technocracy

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