Aug 11, 2018
Partnerships Manager for the Innovation and Digital Health Accelerator
at Boston Children’s Hospital
Interview starts at 7:44 and ends at 28:24
“One of the barriers with voice in general is you don’t know what’s out there. You don’t really know like you do with a phone what app options you have, so it’s a little bit harder for people to find new things. Amazon in general is pretty concerned about that, because they don’t just want people to use it for their three basic cases, being an alarm, music, and maybe re-ordering something.”
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