Need to know lifesaving CPR? Don’t waste time asking AI voice assistants like Alexa, new study says

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Voice assistants powered by artificial intelligence (AI) have been proven to be useful tools for many tasks, such as skipping songs on a playlist, doing some Internet shopping, or even controlling appliances. One thing you shouldn’t rely on your voice assistant tool of choice for, however, is asking for help with health emergencies. A new study published on Monday shows how popular voice assistants such as Amazon’s Alexa and Apple’s Siri respond to questions that someone might ask if they are present at a cardiac arrest emergency. OpenAI says 80% of workers could see their jobs impacted by AI….

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