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Tired of saying ‘Hey Google’ and ‘Alexa’? Change it up with these unintentional wake words

03/07/2020

Wake your Google speaker by saying “cocaine noodles.” Talk to Siri by saying “Hey Jerry.” For a while now, I’ve entertained myself by saying “Hey Booboo” instead of “Hey Google” to wake up my Google Home speakers. Now researchers from Ruhr-Universität...
Wake your Google speaker by saying “cocaine noodles.” Talk to Siri by saying “Hey Jerry.” For a while now, I’ve entertained myself by saying “Hey Booboo” instead of “Hey Google” to wake up my Google Home speakers. Now researchers from Ruhr-Universität Bochum and the Bochum Max Planck Institute have uncovered more than a thousand other words and phrases that can unintentionally trigger Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Apple’s Siri, and other voice assistants:Read Full Story Wake your Google speaker by saying “cocaine noodles.” Talk to Siri by saying “Hey Jerry.” For a while now, I’ve entertained myself by saying “Hey Booboo” instead of “Hey Google” to wake up my Google Home speakers. Now researchers from Ruhr-Universität Bochum and the Bochum Max Planck Institute have uncovered more than a thousand other words and phrases that can unintentionally trigger Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Apple’s Siri, and other voice assistants:Read Full Story
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