Hey Alexa, Should We Worry About Children And The Smart Speaker?

Hey Alexa, Should We Worry About Children And The Smart Speaker?

About 26.2 percent of American households have a smart spokesman.

NPR can play, and you say the weather. It can even a good-night story.

But some parents have expressed concern that as their children start smart speaker for things that the kids can be in “demanding little twerps.” Or the voice wizard, inappropriate information will be. Or children, the privacy will be compromised by the collection of data.

But what the researchers think might happen? And children will differ even be able to, if you speak to a person or an AI-enabled smart speakers?

Here’s what Wired found out, when she said Justine Cassell, an expert in the development of AI-interfaces for the children.

no one knows for sure, and Cassell emphasizes that the question deserves study, but she suspects the children of today grow up to be as well tuned in to the virtual nature of our device-flat-digital-sidekicks—and by extension, the context in which they do or do not do must, in order to be polite. Children excel, she says, the division of the world into categories. To separate as long as they continue, the people of machines, she says, there is no need to worry. “Because that’s not actually what we want children to learn, that everything, what a voice, should be thanked, but that people have feelings?”

We are a team with KUOW is not to speak “Primed”, as the smart speaker influence on modern parenthood.

Produced by Kathryn Fink.

Released on Thu, 14 Nov 2019 16:06:30 +0000

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