Amazon is preparing Alexa to run on the simplest technology devices at home, it recently announced a new way to integrate its voice assistant with gadgets, the new feature is that the technology allows Alexa to run on devices with less than 1MB of RAM memory. With this, any electronics with a simple processing center can help you by answering essential questions of your daily life.
The name of the released feature is Alexa Voice Service (AVS) Integration and is actually aimed at device developers and intends to implement the wizard as a feature. In addition to memory, the company says the cost of implementation is lower, giving engineers the freedom to think about putting a voice assistant on a variety of gadgets, such as light switches, thermostats, and so on.
Before Alexa required at least 50MB to run on Linux or Android devices, the need for more modest hardware cuts material costs in half, according to Amazon. The company also claims to give full support by providing development kits for Alexa to reach the most diverse technologies.
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The measure, explained in company internet services page, Is intended to make it easier for you to use your voice assistant at home by creating a smart environment from it. Certainly the ease of integration of a technology is a differential factor for its adoption, a view that Amazon seems to have very clear.
While Amazon is making major investments in artificial intelligence and other such applications, the company recently announced that it is testing Go technology, which could help the company launch supermarkets without human attendants as early as 2020.
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