Each gadget around you has restrictions: restricted memory, restricted processing, restricted storage, and so on. What if you might develop something with unlimited memory and unlimited processing? Something that was free from these ordinary limitation. What would you develop? What might it do?
This was the underlying principle behind Alexa—a service made utilizing the basics of cloud computing and machine learning. Being free of computing and physical constraints indicates that Alexa is always educating. The new Echo gadgets, which Amazon has already started providing pre-orders for in the country, are only a medium for Alexa for you to interrelate with her.
“The philosophy of Amazon is that it is not just about the gadget itself but also the content and service,” claims SVP of Devices at Amazon, David Limp, to the media in an interview.
“With no books, Kindle would not be created. We rolled out Kindle in the country almost 3 years back, and it is off to a huge start. India is a very educated civilization where individuals love to read. So, that has worked out good for the team of Kindle. With the support of that momentum, we rolled out Fire TV Stick lately. Fire TV mixes 2 interesting stuffs: voice as a user interface plus great content. We have witnessed that voice is a normal approach to be capable of searching via an enormous quantity of content” claimed Limp.
The Echo itself and the service behind it (Alexa) were rolled out in the U.S. almost 3 Years back. What Amazon just displayed to us were the latest gadgets, showed in the U.S. just a few weeks back. These gadgets go on sale in the U.S. and India at the matching time later this month.
“The dream began with the thought that voice was intuitive, important, and futuristic. As Amazon, we had a forward thinking to some very out of the ordinary drifts at the sector: the materialization of machine learning, cloud computing, and big data. And we are pretty certain that this type of thing (Alexa and Echo) will be omnipresent in the house” claims Limp.