Amazon’s Alexa doesn’t know the answer to everything, but the company thinks you might be able to help with that. Amazon on Thursday publicly launched Alexa Answers, a crowdsourcing platform that let’s anyone answer questions people ask the digital assistant.
Amazon didn’t immediately respond to a request for additional comment.
More to come.
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