The use of voice assistants does not stop growing. It is true that, when they arrived, many of us used them to tell us jokes, riddles or answer questions like: what's your name? or what is your favorite movie? But once the fever of its arrival has passed and its use as a search engine has normalized, the way of making these inquiries has changed.
Now we tend to maintain a dialogue with the virtual assistant, with more specific questions. The use of expressions that include need or should, for example, have increased by 65%. It is no longer a fiction to ask our phone if I should buy a house or if I can reserve a seat for the dog on the train. The use of questions that includes the word "I can" is the one that has grown the most, with 85%.
The questions are getting more and more complicated; and not because we want to put him in a compromise, but because we increasingly trust his response. It is clear that the use of personal assistants is assuming a change when it comes to understanding the user. Increasingly, they begin to speak to us in a clearer, more direct and human way.
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