About a year ago, my daughter had trouble pronouncing several words. Then we hired a full-time, live-in speech pathologist. Her name is Alexa, and she lives in a small black cylinder on our kitchen island.
Source: Alexa Cured My Daughter’s Speech Impediment – Foundation for Economic Education – Working for a free and prosperous world
To me this story is all about potential, not to mention unintended side-effects. I believe that there are so many opportunities for devices like this to truly make a difference in people’s lives. We’re just now scratching the surface.
John Bickford says
Great to see an unintended benefit of a new technology. Thanks for posting it. I’ll keep this in mind in case my grandson could benefit. He has the ability to speak clearly but frequently gets lazy because his parents accept poor enunciation.