How a 4-year-old uses Alexa and why adults should be copying them for voice to succeed
Over the last year, I have seen how myself and those around me have interacted with voice assistants at both work and home to save time. The place I find the technology used the most is with my children, just as swiping and pinching on mobile is intuitive for toddlers, speaking is for children.
During one Saturday I found that my children used Alexa more times than I did and what was amazing is they did not get annoyed when the device got things wrong or misunderstood, they just changed how they asked the questions. For them being able to control the lights, play music, change the TV (when supervised), set a timer, ask how to spell a word, make a fart sound are all things normally they cannot do without an adult.