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Miskat Milu
Apr 21, 2022
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Nearly everyone seems to be using voice technology in their daily life these days. It’s useful, convenient and. Pretty reliable for what we need. But, while it has its advantages for our busy lives, how trustworthy are siri, alexa, and google assistant when it comes to Finland Phone Number List our privacy?41% of consumers claimed in aril 2019 to have privacy worries related to their voice assistant—and more recent developments suggest that these numbers may have Finland Phone Number List increased and people's concerns really justified. Here we look at the evolution of the voice assistant, privacy concerns surrounding voice tech, and consider how important such innovations are to the future of digital marketing. The evolution of the voice assistant before we dig into the heart of the issue, let's look at the Finland Phone Number List evolution of the voice assistant. Contrary to popular belief, voice technology is by no means a new concept. Around the mid-1960s, ibm introduced ibm shoebox, the Finland Phone Number List world's first voice recognition tool, an innovation which had the ability to process 16 spoken words and ten digits. Between the late 1960s and early 1990s, voice recognition software evolved until dragon launched the first-ever digital dictation tool available to consumers—a program with a retail price of $6,000.Next came lippy, Microsoft’s in-built voice activated desktop assistant, a feature that made the concept of voice technology widely accessible to consumers across the Finland Phone Number List globe before being killed off (to the delight of many) in 2001.In 2011, shortly after the advent of the smartphone, apple introduced siri—a complex, conversational voice companion available to apple devices owners. In the years that followed, the likes of amazon’s alexia and googles home assistant brought the voice assistant into homes across the globe, tapping into the digital ecosystem by allowing people to Finland Phone Number List ask questions, make repeat purchases, play music on demand, and more. Yes, the age of voice technology is upon us and it’s no longer a novelty for many—it’s just another convenient, functional component of everyday life.
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