One of the advantages of Alexa – and thus the rest of virtual assistants powered by artificial intelligence – is that it can ‘evolve’, as it were, learning new tricks in the same way that a mobile phone expands its capabilities with each new app that is released. given it. to install. This could be because of their “skills”, which work the same as smartphone applications, or with new voice commands.
Privacy settings for Alexa
Commands like Amazon has taught its assistant to give users more control over their own privacy: voice commands aimed at improving user privacy. For example, if you have a device that uses Alexa as an AI assistant, you can tell this:
– “Alexa, delete everything I said today”
By saying this voice command, the assistant will delete any commands you have given during the day. This way, if you decide you don’t want to keep them, you will delete all of the day’s voice recordings associated with your user account.
View the privacy settings
But there are more new commands, like this one:
– “Alexa, how can I control my privacy settings?”
When you say so, the assistant will send a direct link to the privacy settings through the Alexa “app”, where you can see how the different privacy preferences work and choose the option that you think is best.
The novelties introduced by Amazon also allow Alexa to answer more privacy questions that the user may have. So you can ask:
– “Alexa, how can I manage my data?”
– “Alexa, how is my data improving Alexa?”
To find out how to handle your own data or how Alexa uses it. The new commands come with the latest wizard update.