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Amazon Alexa To Help Students At Northeastern
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12 Jul 2018 03:02 AM EST

Amazon’s virtual assistant Alexa is enrolling in college. Digital Trends reports the program will help Northeastern students keep track of logistical and organizational information beginning this fall. The assistant will be called the Husky Helper after Northeastern’s canine mascot. It will be able to answer questions like “What class do I have next?” and “When is my tuition due?” Students can use the program either on an Echo device or on their smartphone. A Northeastern spokesperson said, “It is important that we help provide a convenient experience to our students that allows them to use voice-enabled solutions without tying them to any physical location.”


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