Adding utterances to give customers more transparency. You can now say, "Alexa, tell me what you heard," and Alexa will read back your most recent voice request. Later this year, you'll be able to say, "Alexa, why did you do that?" and Alexa will provide a short explanation about her response to your last voice requestOffer customers the ability to opt-out from having their voice recordings be annotated by humansCustomers can now opt in to have their voice recordings older than three months or 18 months automatically deleted on an ongoing basisCustomers now can say, "Alexa, delete everything I said today," and "Alexa, delete what I just said" a few months agoCustomers will be able to filter their voice interaction history by device and review and delete voice recordings made on a specific Alexa device.In November, a new "Home" mode for Ring cameras will roll out, so your camera is never recording video or audio at all when you're homeAlexa is also using AI to learn behaviors and to … [Read more...] about Amazon device event: Evolutionary, not revolutionary, and there’s nothing wrong with that
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The representative of the MOIT’s Import-Export Department said Viet Nam has advantages in production and export of agricultural, forestry and aquatic products, while the EU has a large demand for these items that have accounted for 8.4 per cent of total annual import value. This shows great potential in export growth from Viet Nam to the EU. … [Read more...] about VIETNAM’S BUSINESS NEWS HEADLINES SEPTEMBER 9
Despite the (presumably) good business decision to target the more lucrative prosumer market, Apple botched the launch badly, thanks in part to their world-famous secrecy sauce. FCP X's launch combined high expectations with a 1.0 code base that wasn't a straight port. Most of the time, when products get a bad review from me, it's because they are launched too early with buggy and missing features. Take that potent mixture of problems, add a lot of hype with no warnings that FCP X would be anything less than a full replacement for its predecessor, and you have something that would make a nice grade school science project: a volcano with flaming red media coverage coming out the top. … [Read more...] about After Final Cut Pro debacle, does Apple still care about creative pros?
• After revamping the Apple Watch last year with a new design and bigger screens, this year’s changes will be more muted, focusing on the watchOS 6 software update and new case finishes. References to new ceramic and titanium models have been found in an early version of iOS 13, Apple’s latest mobile operating system. … [Read more...] about Apple readies camera-focused Pro iPhones, new iPads, larger MacBook Pro