Who out there remembers watching The Jetsons and thinking how neat it would be to have so many things done for you?
We are closer to that age than most people think.
In May of 2017, Business Insider estimated that Amazon’s Echo had just shy of 71% of the marketing while Google Home had close to 24%. They estimated that the total number of Americans using voice-activated assistant devices would reach 35.6 million. I have no idea if they have reached that, but anecdotally, I know of many people who own one of these devices.
Regardless, you should know your settings to keep as much of your privacy as you can. Check out these handy articles:
- 3 Essential Privacy Settings for Your Amazon Echo
- How to Lock Down Your Privacy on the Amazon Echo and Google Home