Facebook is working on a voice assistant to rival Amazon Alexa and Apple Siri

Facebook is working on a voice assistant to rival the likes of Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri and the Google Assistant, according to several people familiar with the matter. The effort is being lead by Ira Snyder, director of AR/VR and Facebook Assistant. It’s unclear how exactly Facebook envisions people using the assistant, but it could potentially be used on the company’s Portal video chat smart speakers, the Oculus headsets or other future projects. The Facebook assistant faces stiff competiti


Facebook is working on a voice assistant to rival the likes of Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri and the Google Assistant, according to several people familiar with the matter. The effort is being lead by Ira Snyder, director of AR/VR and Facebook Assistant. It’s unclear how exactly Facebook envisions people using the assistant, but it could potentially be used on the company’s Portal video chat smart speakers, the Oculus headsets or other future projects. The Facebook assistant faces stiff competiti
Facebook is working on a voice assistant to rival Amazon Alexa and Apple Siri Cached Page below :
Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-17  Authors: salvador rodriguez, jaap arriens, nurphoto, getty images
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, smart, reality, portal, apple, assistant, rival, according, effort, amazon, companys, working, video, users, voice, alexa, siri, facebook


Facebook is working on a voice assistant to rival Amazon Alexa and Apple Siri

Facebook is working on a voice assistant to rival the likes of Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri and the Google Assistant, according to several people familiar with the matter.

The tech company has been working on this new initiative since early 2018. The effort is coming out of the company’s augmented reality and virtual reality group, a division that works on hardware, including the company’s virtual reality Oculus headsets.

A team based out of Redmond, Washington, has been spearheading the effort to build the new AI assistant, according to two former Facebook employees who left the company in recent months. The effort is being lead by Ira Snyder, director of AR/VR and Facebook Assistant. That team has been contacting vendors in the smart speaker supply chain, according to two people familiar.

It’s unclear how exactly Facebook envisions people using the assistant, but it could potentially be used on the company’s Portal video chat smart speakers, the Oculus headsets or other future projects.

The Facebook assistant faces stiff competition. Amazon and Google are far ahead in the smart speaker market with 67% and 30% shares in the U.S. in 2018, respectively, according to eMarketer.

In 2015, Facebook released an AI assistant for its Messenger app called M. It was supposed to help users with smart suggestions, but the project depended heavily on the help of humans and never gained traction. Facebook killed the project last year.

The company in November began selling its Portal video chat device, which lets users place video calls using Facebook Messenger. Users can say “Hey Portal” to initiative very simple commands, but the device also comes equipped with Amazon’s Alexa assistant to handle more complex tasks.

–CNBC’s Jordan Novet contributed to this report.

WATCH: Here’s how to see which apps have access to your Facebook data — and cut them off


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-17  Authors: salvador rodriguez, jaap arriens, nurphoto, getty images
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, smart, reality, portal, apple, assistant, rival, according, effort, amazon, companys, working, video, users, voice, alexa, siri, facebook


Home Forums

    • Forum
    • Topics
    • Posts
    • Last Post

Suddenly, every major tech company is building an Apple AirPods competitor

Microsoft is building its own set of in-ear headphones to compete with AirPods, according to Thurrott, a website that follows Microsoft closely. The move adds to the growing list of major tech companies seeking to capitalize on the massive popularity of AirPods. Microsoft announced its Surface Headphones last year, and they let consumers speak to its digital voice assistant, Cortana, much the same way AirPods owners can speak to Siri. In recent years, Microsoft has bolstered its portfolio of pro


Microsoft is building its own set of in-ear headphones to compete with AirPods, according to Thurrott, a website that follows Microsoft closely. The move adds to the growing list of major tech companies seeking to capitalize on the massive popularity of AirPods. Microsoft announced its Surface Headphones last year, and they let consumers speak to its digital voice assistant, Cortana, much the same way AirPods owners can speak to Siri. In recent years, Microsoft has bolstered its portfolio of pro
Suddenly, every major tech company is building an Apple AirPods competitor Cached Page below :
Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-15  Authors: todd haselton, bernd von jutrczenka, picture alliance, getty images, magdalena petrova
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, headphones, company, speak, thurrott, surface, tech, major, building, product, airpods, morrison, suddenly, competitor, popularity, voice, microsoft, apple


Suddenly, every major tech company is building an Apple AirPods competitor

Microsoft is building its own set of in-ear headphones to compete with AirPods, according to Thurrott, a website that follows Microsoft closely. The move adds to the growing list of major tech companies seeking to capitalize on the massive popularity of AirPods.

The product is currently code named Morrison, according to the site. Microsoft announced its Surface Headphones last year, and they let consumers speak to its digital voice assistant, Cortana, much the same way AirPods owners can speak to Siri. Thurrott speculated that they are named for the late rocker Jim Morrison of the Doors

This would mark Microsoft’s second attempt at headphones and would further position the company as a hardware player. In recent years, Microsoft has bolstered its portfolio of products to align more against Apple’s, with its Surface Laptop, Surface Pro and Surface Studio desktop.

Apple’s AirPods have exploded in popularity, and it appears that other manufacturers want a piece of the market, especially among people who might not own Apple products.

The Thurrott report follows another from Bloomberg earlier this month, which said Amazon is planning to launch a pair of buds that are similar to AirPods, and that they would let people speak to its Alexa voice assistant. Samsung recently released its take on the product with the Galaxy Buds.

Thurrott didn’t provide details on Morrison and whether or not they’ll come with a charging case like AirPods.

Microsoft was not immediately available to comment.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-15  Authors: todd haselton, bernd von jutrczenka, picture alliance, getty images, magdalena petrova
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, headphones, company, speak, thurrott, surface, tech, major, building, product, airpods, morrison, suddenly, competitor, popularity, voice, microsoft, apple


Home Forums

    • Forum
    • Topics
    • Posts
    • Last Post

Suddenly, every major tech company is building an Apple AirPods competitor

Microsoft is building its own set of in-ear headphones to compete with AirPods, according to Thurrott, a website that follows Microsoft closely. The move adds to the growing list of major tech companies seeking to capitalize on the massive popularity of AirPods. Microsoft announced its Surface Headphones last year, and they let consumers speak to its digital voice assistant, Cortana, much the same way AirPods owners can speak to Siri. In recent years, Microsoft has bolstered its portfolio of pro


Microsoft is building its own set of in-ear headphones to compete with AirPods, according to Thurrott, a website that follows Microsoft closely. The move adds to the growing list of major tech companies seeking to capitalize on the massive popularity of AirPods. Microsoft announced its Surface Headphones last year, and they let consumers speak to its digital voice assistant, Cortana, much the same way AirPods owners can speak to Siri. In recent years, Microsoft has bolstered its portfolio of pro
Suddenly, every major tech company is building an Apple AirPods competitor Cached Page below :
Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-15  Authors: todd haselton, bernd von jutrczenka, picture alliance, getty images, magdalena petrova
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, headphones, company, speak, thurrott, surface, tech, major, building, product, airpods, morrison, suddenly, competitor, popularity, voice, microsoft, apple


Suddenly, every major tech company is building an Apple AirPods competitor

Microsoft is building its own set of in-ear headphones to compete with AirPods, according to Thurrott, a website that follows Microsoft closely. The move adds to the growing list of major tech companies seeking to capitalize on the massive popularity of AirPods.

The product is currently code named Morrison, according to the site. Microsoft announced its Surface Headphones last year, and they let consumers speak to its digital voice assistant, Cortana, much the same way AirPods owners can speak to Siri. Thurrott speculated that they are named for the late rocker Jim Morrison of the Doors

This would mark Microsoft’s second attempt at headphones and would further position the company as a hardware player. In recent years, Microsoft has bolstered its portfolio of products to align more against Apple’s, with its Surface Laptop, Surface Pro and Surface Studio desktop.

Apple’s AirPods have exploded in popularity, and it appears that other manufacturers want a piece of the market, especially among people who might not own Apple products.

The Thurrott report follows another from Bloomberg earlier this month, which said Amazon is planning to launch a pair of buds that are similar to AirPods, and that they would let people speak to its Alexa voice assistant. Samsung recently released its take on the product with the Galaxy Buds.

Thurrott didn’t provide details on Morrison and whether or not they’ll come with a charging case like AirPods.

Microsoft was not immediately available to comment.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-15  Authors: todd haselton, bernd von jutrczenka, picture alliance, getty images, magdalena petrova
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, headphones, company, speak, thurrott, surface, tech, major, building, product, airpods, morrison, suddenly, competitor, popularity, voice, microsoft, apple


Home Forums

    • Forum
    • Topics
    • Posts
    • Last Post

How to delete your voice recordings from Google Assistant

Like Amazon, Google stores and collects the things you say to its assistant on your phone, computer or smart speaker, like the Google Home. Google has a whole host of things I’ve said saved to its servers. It has a recording of my voice — or my wife’s — asking Google Assistant everything — such as playing music, turning off the bedroom lights, getting directions. But I know that Google can get a better picture of my entire life the more data it has, so I’m glad I can delete all of these recordin


Like Amazon, Google stores and collects the things you say to its assistant on your phone, computer or smart speaker, like the Google Home. Google has a whole host of things I’ve said saved to its servers. It has a recording of my voice — or my wife’s — asking Google Assistant everything — such as playing music, turning off the bedroom lights, getting directions. But I know that Google can get a better picture of my entire life the more data it has, so I’m glad I can delete all of these recordin
How to delete your voice recordings from Google Assistant Cached Page below :
Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-13  Authors: todd haselton, getty images
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, better, assistant, things, say, information, commands, google, does, recordings, voice, ive, delete, turn


How to delete your voice recordings from Google Assistant

Like Amazon, Google stores and collects the things you say to its assistant on your phone, computer or smart speaker, like the Google Home.

Google’s privacy page says it does this to “help you get better results using your voice,” and that it only does this after you say “OK Google” to learn the sound of your voice and how you speak certain words and phrases.

Google has a whole host of things I’ve said saved to its servers. It has when I asked the temperature back on Sept. 2, 2014, for example, and everything I’ve asked since then. It has a recording of my voice — or my wife’s — asking Google Assistant everything — such as playing music, turning off the bedroom lights, getting directions.

Normally, this isn’t a big deal. I don’t mind if it saves a few commands for the sake of creating a better product. But I know that Google can get a better picture of my entire life the more data it has, so I’m glad I can delete all of these recordings.

Like me, you might not want Google to save this information, or you might want to review all of the commands you’ve ever spoken. Over the past year, Google has made it a lot easier to see the sorts of information it collects, and gives you better controls over stopping it from gathering some specific data.

You can turn it off completely, but just note that this might affect how well Google responds. You can always turn it back on if you run in to trouble.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-13  Authors: todd haselton, getty images
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, better, assistant, things, say, information, commands, google, does, recordings, voice, ive, delete, turn


Home Forums

    • Forum
    • Topics
    • Posts
    • Last Post

How to delete your voice recordings from Google Assistant

Like Amazon, Google stores and collects the things you say to its assistant on your phone, computer or smart speaker, like the Google Home. Google has a whole host of things I’ve said saved to its servers. It has a recording of my voice — or my wife’s — asking Google Assistant everything — such as playing music, turning off the bedroom lights, getting directions. But I know that Google can get a better picture of my entire life the more data it has, so I’m glad I can delete all of these recordin


Like Amazon, Google stores and collects the things you say to its assistant on your phone, computer or smart speaker, like the Google Home. Google has a whole host of things I’ve said saved to its servers. It has a recording of my voice — or my wife’s — asking Google Assistant everything — such as playing music, turning off the bedroom lights, getting directions. But I know that Google can get a better picture of my entire life the more data it has, so I’m glad I can delete all of these recordin
How to delete your voice recordings from Google Assistant Cached Page below :
Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-13  Authors: todd haselton, getty images
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, does, information, turn, say, ive, recordings, voice, assistant, commands, things, google, better, delete


How to delete your voice recordings from Google Assistant

Like Amazon, Google stores and collects the things you say to its assistant on your phone, computer or smart speaker, like the Google Home.

Google’s privacy page says it does this to “help you get better results using your voice,” and that it only does this after you say “OK Google” to learn the sound of your voice and how you speak certain words and phrases.

Google has a whole host of things I’ve said saved to its servers. It has when I asked the temperature back on Sept. 2, 2014, for example, and everything I’ve asked since then. It has a recording of my voice — or my wife’s — asking Google Assistant everything — such as playing music, turning off the bedroom lights, getting directions.

Normally, this isn’t a big deal. I don’t mind if it saves a few commands for the sake of creating a better product. But I know that Google can get a better picture of my entire life the more data it has, so I’m glad I can delete all of these recordings.

Like me, you might not want Google to save this information, or you might want to review all of the commands you’ve ever spoken. Over the past year, Google has made it a lot easier to see the sorts of information it collects, and gives you better controls over stopping it from gathering some specific data.

You can turn it off completely, but just note that this might affect how well Google responds. You can always turn it back on if you run in to trouble.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-13  Authors: todd haselton, getty images
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, does, information, turn, say, ive, recordings, voice, assistant, commands, things, google, better, delete


Home Forums

    • Forum
    • Topics
    • Posts
    • Last Post

‘Star Wars: Episode IX’s title is ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ — Watch the trailer here

After nearly two years of waiting, the much-anticipated finale to the Skywalker Saga finally has a name: “The Rise of Skywalker.” At Star Wars Celebration in Chicago on Friday, Disney unveiled the first trailer for what has until now been called “Star Wars: Episode IX.” The trailer features voice over from Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker, telling Rey, “We’ve passed on all we know. Through several cuts we see characters from the previous two films in the newest “Star Wars” trilogy as well as return


After nearly two years of waiting, the much-anticipated finale to the Skywalker Saga finally has a name: “The Rise of Skywalker.” At Star Wars Celebration in Chicago on Friday, Disney unveiled the first trailer for what has until now been called “Star Wars: Episode IX.” The trailer features voice over from Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker, telling Rey, “We’ve passed on all we know. Through several cuts we see characters from the previous two films in the newest “Star Wars” trilogy as well as return
‘Star Wars: Episode IX’s title is ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ — Watch the trailer here Cached Page below :
Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-12  Authors: sarah whitten, robyn beck, afp, getty images
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, saga, episode, star, film, ackie, title, wars, rise, ixs, voice, trailer, telling, watch, skywalker, panel


'Star Wars: Episode IX's title is 'The Rise of Skywalker' — Watch the trailer here

After nearly two years of waiting, the much-anticipated finale to the Skywalker Saga finally has a name: “The Rise of Skywalker.”

At Star Wars Celebration in Chicago on Friday, Disney unveiled the first trailer for what has until now been called “Star Wars: Episode IX.”

The film will not take place directly after the events of “The Last Jedi,” director J.J. Abrams said Friday during the “Star Wars: Episode IX” panel at the Chicago event.

The trailer features voice over from Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker, telling Rey, “We’ve passed on all we know. A thousand generations live in you now. But this is your fight.”

She is carrying his hand-me-down lightsaber, now mended following the events of “The Last Jedi,” and staring down the barrel of Kylo Ren’s TIE fighter in a desert.

Through several cuts we see characters from the previous two films in the newest “Star Wars” trilogy as well as returning favorites such as Billy Dee Williams as Lando Calrissian.

The trailer wraps with ominous theme music and cackling laughter. It is likely the voice of Emperor Sheev Palpatine. Once the trailer was shown at the panel, Ian McDiarmid, the actor behind the iconic villain, appeared from backstage telling the tech team to roll the clip again.

“The Rise of Skywalker” is the final installment in the nine-film “Star Wars” saga centered around the Skywalkers. Not much is known about the plot of the film, only that some time has passed between the second and third installments in the most recent trilogy.

Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Kelly Marie Tran, and Oscar Isaac have returned to reprise their roles as Rey, Finn, Rose and Poe, members of the resistance. Adam Driver and Domhnall Gleeson also return as Kylo Ren aka Ben Solo and General Armitage Hux, leaders of the First Order.

Joonas Suotamo, who took over the role of Chewbacca from Peter Mayhew for the last four “Star Wars” films, will also be featured in the film. Naomi Ackie will take on the role of newcomer Jannah. During the panel, Ackie dodged questions about whether this character was related to Lando Calrissian.

“Lando is a very charming man, so he could have children all over the universe,” Ackie said.

The late Carrie Fisher also appeared in the trailer. Unused footage from “The Force Awakens” has been repurposed to give her character Leia Organa more scenes within the film. Abrams said that CGI was never an option for extending her presence in the film.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-12  Authors: sarah whitten, robyn beck, afp, getty images
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, saga, episode, star, film, ackie, title, wars, rise, ixs, voice, trailer, telling, watch, skywalker, panel


Home Forums

    • Forum
    • Topics
    • Posts
    • Last Post

‘Star Wars: Episode IX’s title is ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ — Watch the trailer here

After nearly two years of waiting, the much-anticipated finale to the Skywalker Saga finally has a name: “The Rise of Skywalker.” At Star Wars Celebration in Chicago on Friday, Disney unveiled the first trailer for what has until now been called “Star Wars: Episode IX.” The trailer features voice over from Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker, telling Rey, “We’ve passed on all we know. Through several cuts we see characters from the previous two films in the newest “Star Wars” trilogy as well as return


After nearly two years of waiting, the much-anticipated finale to the Skywalker Saga finally has a name: “The Rise of Skywalker.” At Star Wars Celebration in Chicago on Friday, Disney unveiled the first trailer for what has until now been called “Star Wars: Episode IX.” The trailer features voice over from Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker, telling Rey, “We’ve passed on all we know. Through several cuts we see characters from the previous two films in the newest “Star Wars” trilogy as well as return
‘Star Wars: Episode IX’s title is ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ — Watch the trailer here Cached Page below :
Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-12  Authors: sarah whitten, robyn beck, afp, getty images
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, saga, episode, star, film, ackie, title, wars, rise, ixs, voice, trailer, telling, watch, skywalker, panel


'Star Wars: Episode IX's title is 'The Rise of Skywalker' — Watch the trailer here

After nearly two years of waiting, the much-anticipated finale to the Skywalker Saga finally has a name: “The Rise of Skywalker.”

At Star Wars Celebration in Chicago on Friday, Disney unveiled the first trailer for what has until now been called “Star Wars: Episode IX.”

The film will not take place directly after the events of “The Last Jedi,” director J.J. Abrams said Friday during the “Star Wars: Episode IX” panel at the Chicago event.

The trailer features voice over from Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker, telling Rey, “We’ve passed on all we know. A thousand generations live in you now. But this is your fight.”

She is carrying his hand-me-down lightsaber, now mended following the events of “The Last Jedi,” and staring down the barrel of Kylo Ren’s TIE fighter in a desert.

Through several cuts we see characters from the previous two films in the newest “Star Wars” trilogy as well as returning favorites such as Billy Dee Williams as Lando Calrissian.

The trailer wraps with ominous theme music and cackling laughter. It is likely the voice of Emperor Sheev Palpatine. Once the trailer was shown at the panel, Ian McDiarmid, the actor behind the iconic villain, appeared from backstage telling the tech team to roll the clip again.

“The Rise of Skywalker” is the final installment in the nine-film “Star Wars” saga centered around the Skywalkers. Not much is known about the plot of the film, only that some time has passed between the second and third installments in the most recent trilogy.

Daisy Ridley, John Boyega, Kelly Marie Tran, and Oscar Isaac have returned to reprise their roles as Rey, Finn, Rose and Poe, members of the resistance. Adam Driver and Domhnall Gleeson also return as Kylo Ren aka Ben Solo and General Armitage Hux, leaders of the First Order.

Joonas Suotamo, who took over the role of Chewbacca from Peter Mayhew for the last four “Star Wars” films, will also be featured in the film. Naomi Ackie will take on the role of newcomer Jannah. During the panel, Ackie dodged questions about whether this character was related to Lando Calrissian.

“Lando is a very charming man, so he could have children all over the universe,” Ackie said.

The late Carrie Fisher also appeared in the trailer. Unused footage from “The Force Awakens” has been repurposed to give her character Leia Organa more scenes within the film. Abrams said that CGI was never an option for extending her presence in the film.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-12  Authors: sarah whitten, robyn beck, afp, getty images
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, saga, episode, star, film, ackie, title, wars, rise, ixs, voice, trailer, telling, watch, skywalker, panel


Home Forums

    • Forum
    • Topics
    • Posts
    • Last Post

‘Alexa, find me a doctor’: Amazon Alexa adds new medical skills

Amazon’s voice assistant can now manage people’s sensitive health information, which represents an important step for the company into the $3.5 trillion health care sector. As of Thursday, consumers will be able to use about half a dozen new Alexa health skills to ask questions such as “Alexa, pull up my blood glucose readings” or “Alexa, find me a doctor,” and receive a prompt response from the voice assistant. Amazon is able to add these skills because Amazon can now sign business associate ag


Amazon’s voice assistant can now manage people’s sensitive health information, which represents an important step for the company into the $3.5 trillion health care sector. As of Thursday, consumers will be able to use about half a dozen new Alexa health skills to ask questions such as “Alexa, pull up my blood glucose readings” or “Alexa, find me a doctor,” and receive a prompt response from the voice assistant. Amazon is able to add these skills because Amazon can now sign business associate ag
‘Alexa, find me a doctor’: Amazon Alexa adds new medical skills Cached Page below :
Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-03  Authors: christina farr, todd haselton, daniel berman, bloomberg, getty images
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, voice, amazon, alexa, skills, medical, jiang, care, adds, health, information, hipaa, team, manage, doctor


'Alexa, find me a doctor': Amazon Alexa adds new medical skills

Amazon’s voice assistant can now manage people’s sensitive health information, which represents an important step for the company into the $3.5 trillion health care sector.

As of Thursday, consumers will be able to use about half a dozen new Alexa health skills to ask questions such as “Alexa, pull up my blood glucose readings” or “Alexa, find me a doctor,” and receive a prompt response from the voice assistant.

Amazon is able to add these skills because Amazon can now sign business associate agreements with health providers under HIPAA, which means third-party health developers who follow certain guidelines can meet the rules and requirements that govern how sensitive health information is transmitted and received. HIPAA, or the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, is designed to protect patients in cases where their personal health information is shared with a health care organization, like a hospital.

Voice technology has been heralded as a major breakthrough for the health field, particularly for seniors, kids and those with mobility problems. As a result, Amazon, and its rival Alphabet, have been increasingly focused on the needs of these populations, who view voice assistant devices as an important way to manage their medications, communicate with loved ones, and alert emergency services.

Amazon Alexa’s health and wellness team has been working for months on HIPAA compliance, and its team includes Missy Krasner, who previously ran Box’s health care efforts, and Rachel Jiang, who previously worked at Microsoft and Facebook. Jiang announced via the Alexa developer blog that six health partners have been selected for the invitation-only program, and it expects to grow that number in the coming months.

“These new skills are designed to help customers manage a variety of healthcare needs at home simply using voice – whether it’s booking a medical appointment, accessing hospital post-discharge instructions, checking on the status of a prescription delivery, and more,” Jiang wrote in the post.


Company: cnbc, Activity: cnbc, Date: 2019-04-03  Authors: christina farr, todd haselton, daniel berman, bloomberg, getty images
Keywords: news, cnbc, companies, voice, amazon, alexa, skills, medical, jiang, care, adds, health, information, hipaa, team, manage, doctor


Home Forums

    • Forum
    • Topics
    • Posts
    • Last Post