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Amazon Workers Get To Hear Some Of What You Say


April 10, 2019 11:24

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A report from Bloomberg highlighted the human labour that goes into making Amazon's Alexa voice assistant - which comes built in to every Amazon Echo speaker - a little smarter. The company has a mix of contractors and full-time employees all over the globe /amazon-alexa-recordings- workers-2019-4/?utm_content=buffer5ce38&utm_medium=social& =buffer-bi&r=US&IR=T" target="new">reviewing and transcribing clips of conversations between users and Alexa, identify phrases, such as "Taylor Swift," that might otherwise be meaningless to the software. Read more
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