Alexa now knows how to fly high swans thanks to Wolfram Alpha

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Alexa now knows how to fly high swans thanks to Wolfram Alpha
Alexa now knows how to fly high swans thanks to Wolfram Alpha
The audio assistant at Amazon wins the long-term craze

Alexa is now integrating the Wolfram Alpha, which will allow it to answer math and science questions. 

The feature is already available to some people, but you should not expect to see it right away.

Alexa usually directs its knowledge from sites such as Wikipedia, Yelp, Accuweather, and Stats.com, but before this last integration, it did not already have an answer to geographically, geographically, or strict engineering concerns. 

Now with the help of Wolfram Alpha, Alexa can ask questions like how high a swan fly is, how many sheets are in a casing, and how fast the wind is blowing now. 

Wolfram Alpha is a resource that schools sometimes use as a reliable source of information.

Siri, Apple's contender for all his other shortcomings, has been integrating Wolfram Alpha since the launch of the iPhone 4S in 2011, while the Google Assistant is still not offering Wolfram, preferring to rely on his search engine. 

Google's lack of Wolfram Alpha means losing some of the mathematical problems and puzzles that the service can solve. 

In the end, it seems, the more information the intelligent helper can extract, the better.

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