However, that’s something Amazon is looking to test and discuss in an Alexa update. In a report from Forbes, Amazon has revealed that they will be re -engineering Alexa to make it “slow” when it comes to enforcing rules. The idea will be useful to those who may be suffering from a speech problem may want to use digital aids such as Alexa.
According to Shehzad Mevawalla, Head of Alexa Speech Recognition at Amazon, “Alexa is a voice-first experience, and we are always looking for ways to improve speech recognition for all speech types. Some customers told us they needed a little more time before Alexa responded to their requests. That’s why we created this section – to help improve customers ’interactions with Alexa, and make sure they’re getting the most out of their experience. ”
This won’t be used by default so for those who don’t need extra time, you can continue to use Alexa in the normal way. However, those who make this possible are by going to Alexa rankings.