Amazon has announced that it is launching Care Hub, a feature that will help users keep an eye on elderly parents and a feature that will allow the voice assistant to read the user’s mind and respond accordingly.
- Amazon has introduced an interesting set of features for its voice assistant, Alexa
- Amazon is launching a care hub, a feature that will help users keep an eye on elderly parents.
- Amazon has also revealed that it is making Alexa smarter by bringing a feature that will allow the voice to read the mind of this supportive user.
Amazon has introduced an interesting set of features for its voice assistant, Alexa. The company announced Tuesday that it is launching a Care Hub, a feature that will help users keep an eye on elderly parents. Apart from this, Amazon also revealed that it is making Alexa smarter by rolling out a feature that will allow the user to read the user’s mind and respond accordingly.
Amazon has launched a care hub for users to keep an eye on the activities of their aging parents. At the same time, they want the elderly to feel more confident about living independently. “Introducing the Care Hub – a new set of US features designed to support the individual and facilitate the remote care experience for his or her aging. “Older customers are also relieved to know that they can only call Alexa for help,” Amazon said in a blog post.
This feature will be available to users in the United States. To use the feature, the user needs to make a connection between their two Alexa accounts. “Aging will require an eco or Alexa-enabled device. A family member providing support only needs the Alexa app on their phone. The care hub will work once a loved one sends an invitation and a family member accepts. This simple, one-time setup brings a lot of benefits to both individuals, ”the blog said.
Users will receive a warning about the activities of the elderly and if no activity is found for a long time. If no activity is observed they can easily make a call through the application.
Apart from this, Amazon is introducing another feature that will allow Alexa to guess the user’s latent goals – goals that are not expressed directly but are implicit in the requests. Now, we are taking another step towards a natural interaction with the ability that allows Alexa to infer the latent goals of customers – implicit in customer requests, but not directly expressed goals. For example, if a customer asks, “How long does it take for a cup of tea?”, The latent goal is to set a timer to steep a cup of tea, Amazon said in a blog post. The new feature has already been enabled in the United States, with the rest of the country expected to feature soon.
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