“Amazon Alexa users can now choose whether human reviewers listen to recordings of their exchanges with the AI assistant,” reports VentureBeat, citing an Amazon spokesperson.
To ensure people don’t listen to voice recordings collected following each exchange with Alexa, go to Settings, tap the Alexa Privacy link, then choose Manage How Your Data Improves Alexa. Users can also delete their voice recordings via the Alexa app or Amazon website.
The news follows Amazon’s introduction of an “Alexa, delete what I said today” voice command in May…
Earlier this week, Google and Apple both pledged to suspend some of their voice data review by people.