Top Funny Things to Ask Alexa and Google

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In the year 1955, the first artificial intelligence computer program was developed. Since then, AI has grown to become one of the most profitable enterprises on the planet. For the first time since the 1950s, Amazon’s Alexa and Google’s Home have become part of our daily lives. A smartphone plus a secondary device or web portal are frequently required for smart home solutions. Controlling appliances, lights, noises, and alarms, among other things, is one of the most basic functions of a smart home system, even while the user is away from home. All they need is a phone and access to the internet. You can use Google Home to make broadcasts around your home, receive help with recipes while cooking, generate grocery lists, set up storytime for youngsters, and even set up routines by asking Google for information using keywords like “good morning” or “good evening.” From 2019 to 2020, global sales of smart home devices climbed by 4.5 percent to 805.1 million units. China will only be the second largest market until 2025, when it will overtake the United States as the leading consumer of smart products, with a five-year compound annual growth rate of 21.9 percent. Although the smart home market is highly competitive, there are still several market leaders. ABB, Schneider Electric, Honeywell, Siemens, and Emerson are the five leading participants in the smart home industry right now. Microsoft paid $56 per share for Nuance Communications. Honeywell and Intel cooperated on Honeywell’s MAXPRO security system, which now includes sophisticated analytics, facial recognition, and deep learning. Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare was created in response to the healthcare industry’s evolving needs. Microsoft paid $56 per share for Nuance Communications. Honeywell and Intel cooperated on Honeywell’s MAXPRO security system, which now includes sophisticated analytics, facial recognition, and deep learning. Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare was created in response to the healthcare industry’s evolving needs.

Here is Insider Monkey’s list of the top 50 funny things to ask Alexa and Google.

  • Who let the dogs out?
  • Are we in the Matrix?
  • Can you lend me money?
  • What is your quest?
  • How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
  • Why did the chicken cross the road?
  • What is the meaning of life?
  • What happens when you play Game of Thrones?
  • Who ya’ gonna’ call?

For more details on questions you can ask Alexa and Google, click Top 50 Funny Things to Ask Alexa and Google. 

Funny Things to Ask Alexa and Google
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