Church of England uses Amazon’s Alexa to connect with the faithful

Posted May 25, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] In a groundbreaking project, the Church of England recently revealed its new Amazon Alexa “skill” which brings the Church of England into people’s homes. Bishop Stephen Croft, who sits on the House of Lords’ Artificial Intelligence committee, explained that the Alexa skill is the most recent addition to a history of reaching people from their own contexts.

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  1. Jan Robitscher says:

    I want this for ECUSA! I think it’s wonderful!

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