It may sound shocking but who hasn't wanted to do that?
Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant recommended to a 10 year-old that she electrocute herself as part of a “challenge”.
Most users only want a brief encounter
Amazon’s AI Alexa seems doomed to never have a proper relationship.
Amazon killed off the name
Alexa used to be a name primarily given to babies and in the seven years since Amazon released Alexa, its voice assistant and as the number of devices answering to that name has skyrocketed, something has happed.
Can put your lights out
Amazon is enabling a new feature today that allows Alexa to proactively complete tasks around the house, such as turning off lights, based on your habits and frequent requests.
According to Alexa boss
Alexa's Head boffin Rohit Prasad claims that the Turing Test is out of date and ignores many new AI developments.
Advice on the move
Amazon’s Alexa-enabled Echo Frames smart glasses are available for preorder for $250.
Check Point makes charlies out of Amazon security
Israeli Security outfit Check Point have told Wired that Alexa's Web services had bugs that a hacker could have exploited to grab a target's entire voice history, meaning their recorded audio interactions with Alexa.
People talking to robots not people
Sales of devices that talk to you, switch off your lights, lock your door and regulate how hot and cold you get will show increased growth between now and 2023.
The number of parents in Britain calling their baby girls Alexa dropped by more than half last year possibly due to the link with Amazon Echo voice-controlled IoT gadgets.