When it comes to information and communication technology, the more convenient, the better. Users want to have a plethora of features available to them at the touch of a screen – or better yet, with a quick vocal command.
Digital personal assistants have significantly improved the mobile user experience by allowing people to make phone calls, send text messages, run a bevy or applications, update social media and so much more simply by speaking into a microphone. In this case, however, the ease-of-access that makes this uncanny functionality possible may also be precipitating privacy issues.
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