Over the last few years, the accuracy and speed of voice control, voice search, and voice directives has exploded and is now the norm. In fact, depending on your tech level or age demographic, instead of typing something out, you may be more inclined to use your voice to text a friend or write an email.
Many times when we discuss voice controlled technology with clients, the conversation always turns to security and privacy concerns. People want to know: what exactly are Alexa, Google, Siri and other artificial intelligence platforms listening to? Recording? What exactly is our data used for?
As technology evolves, creators continue to find new and exciting ways to help integrate it into our lives. One modern adaptation that has occurred within the technology industry is the introduction of the smart home. Right now, you can walk into many local stores and find countless pieces of technology designed to help you run your home “smarter.”