A digital assistant that uses voice recognition to interpret and respond to user commands.
More about Voice Assistant:
Voice Assistant is a conversational agent that understands and interacts with users through voice commands. It can perform various tasks such as answering questions, controlling smart home devices, setting reminders, playing music, and more. Common examples include Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Apple Siri, and Microsoft Cortana.
These assistants use advanced speech recognition and natural language processing to comprehend user inputs, making interactions more intuitive and hands-free.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do Voice Assistants differ from chatbots?
While both are conversational agents, the primary distinction is the mode of interaction. Voice Assistants rely mainly on voice commands, whereas chatbots typically use text. However, the underlying technologies like NLP and AI are common to both.
Are Voice Assistants limited to specific devices?
While some voice assistants are native to specific devices or ecosystems, many are now available across various platforms and hardware, from smartphones to smart speakers to cars.
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