How millions of kids are being shaped by know-it-all voice assistants

“As millions of American families buy robotic voice assistants to turn off lights, order pizzas and fetch movie times, children are eagerly co-opting the gadgets to settle dinner table disputes, answer homework questions and entertain friends at sleepover parties. Many parents have been startled and intrigued by the way these disembodied, know-it-all voices – Amazon’s Alexa, Google Home, Microsoft’s Cortana – are impacting their kids’ behavior, making them more curious but also, at times, far less polite.” Read more at The Washington Post.



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