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PSA: Microsoft contractors still listening to Cortana requests and Skype calls

[2019-08-15 12:24:42]

Microsoft contractors are still listening to some requests made to its Cortana intelligent assistant, as well as some Skype calls. The revelation follows decisions by Apple, Google, and Facebook to suspend their human review processes for now, and Amazon giving Alexa users the ability to opt-out… The post PSA: Microsoft contractors still listening to Cortana requests and Skype calls appeared first on 9to5Mac.

PSA: Microsoft contractors still listening to Cortana requests and Skype calls


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