What could be better than asking a voice assistant to call others? In other words, what if we could make them talk to each other?
A business developer named Leon Nicholls recently activated Siri on an iPhone by going through three different assistants voice. Using the newly-created Amazon Alexa system, a nasty chat was created between Alexa, Google Now and Siri.
First, Nicholls used a Raspberry Pi loaded with Amazon's Alexa Skill Kit, a collection of tools that allows users to program new features in the voice service. Then he started to activate the voice commands at Raspberry Pi and asked him to "Ask Alexa how Siri is used."
"Alexa, ask Google how to activate" Hey Siri, "said Raspberry Pi.
Using keywords that triggered a Google Nexus 6P phone at its base, Alexa asked, "How can I activate" Hey Siri? ".
The phone searched for a response to Google.
"According to MacWorld, the next time you call Siri with a command either by holding down the button or saying" Hey Siri! "When your iOS is plugged in, a screen will appear adjustment, "Answered Google Now.
An iPhone 6S recognized the call. Wake up, asking no person or device specifically, "Yes?"
As Siri waits unanswered, the conversation reaches a dead end.
While it's fun to see companies fighting for a share in the booming virtual assistant market, it's just as interesting to see what other tricks people can find when they use all of these different services together.
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