Amazon's delivery drones could use Alexa to chat to customers and even yell at them to get out of its way



Amazon delivery drones could use Alexa to talk to customers - and even shout at them to get out of its way.
The firm has been granted a patent for 'speech interaction for unmanned aerial vehicles' that would allow drones to answer customer questions, prompt a person to move if in the way of a landing, and warn people passing by if the drone is in 'a hazardous state.'
A drawing in the patent even depicts a drone with a speech bubble that reads 'Please stay away!' as it malfunctions near a person.
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31 August 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 37
Source: Daily Mail
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