Voice assistants are everywhere. Increasingly you’ll find them not just on speakers in your kitchen or phones in your pocket but built into your television — or even your thermostat. The growth of voice assistants isn’t an accident, either: Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri, Cortana, and others are getting smarter, which means they’re getting far more practically useful. They help us play music or turn on lights or schedule our day, but increasingly they’re also ordering us taxis or connecting us to family and friends around the world. The more we talk to them, the more they learn about us —and the more, in turn, we get from them.
We’re trying to learn how you use voice assistants, so we’ve put together a short survey that we’re hoping you’ll take a few minutes to fill in. Whether you’re a Siri pro or an Alexa novice, we’re interested in your experience with these up-and-coming digital helpers, and as a thank you for doing us a favor, you could win a $150 Amazon gift card!
The survey is embedded below, but feel free to take it on its dedicated webpage if you prefer.
Oh, and thanks.
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