But she sounds like she might be a bit of a lush
What could possibly go wrong...
You may think you can read, but you can not read as good as this computers are
It'll use its taste to influence yours. Not at all scary.
'Alexa, wake me in another hour'
Firm also joins forces with Volkswagen and China's Baidu
The more human-like the assistant, the less people will use them
But we bet it's not clever enough to set the ruddy clock
But it's already late
Probably because Google Home ain't no grass bruv
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They've started bringing Echo to the UK, so they'll finish
Claims chips can deliver up to 11.5 petaflops of processing power
And it'll undercut Apple HomePod when it comes to price
Microsoft in 'more helpful' shock
More than 80 per cent of Android users can now access the AI helper
AI-powered predictive keyboard rewrites Harry Potter chapter with cannibalism, sexual tension and self-abuse
50 Shades of Harry Hannibal Lecter Potter
AI makes your photos into works of (sometimes dubious) art
Other platforms will be available
Also did his usual AI fear mongering speech, of course
Powered by 21.1 billion transistors delivering 110 teraflops of raw horsepower
Rampant smashing of humans at board games is set to continue
Humans will still be needed, probably as an energy source
And with Alexa-Cortana integration, she could be more powerful than Jeff Bezos
AIY Vision Kit features on-device neural network acceleration
Someone at Jim Beam has been getting high on their own supply, we reckon
I see you baby, sneaking that look
Chancellor also says he'll crack the whip on tax avoiding tech firms
Firm says it needs 'more time before it's ready for customers'
Straight from 80s design to your eyeballs
Bluetooth-based attack vector sets its sights on digital AI assistants
Because responding manually is still a waste of your time.
Alexa move it move it. Alexa move it move it. Alexa move it move it. Alexa...
Brian Krzanich doesn't believe 'killer robots' are a real threat
Break the fourth wall from the comfort of home
...Boo! Said Nadella... Now you shall use Edge till the end of time. Ahahahaha!
Let sleeping dogs lie? Nah.
Raspberry Pi makes a spooktacle of itself (oh FFS)
Japanese study shows an accuracy rate of 86 per cent
Yes, it's been cracked. Again. But this time by a machine
New range of platforms and support centres hopes to accelerate AI development
Negative connotations can bleed into public applications
Final release is expected to arrive in November
Seems they may have got a bit overexcited
More chat, less cloud
Yes. No. Yes. Good. Very Strong