Siri might be billed as a smart personal assistant, but oftentimes the software is new study by AAA and the University of Utah found that hands-free assistance from voice-activated systems such as Siri can present their own distractions for drivers. (The study did not look at or , services Apple claims will reduce distractions once they're widely available.). Not to mention that a
On Tuesday night's episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live," Kimmel demonstrated some of Siri's shortcomings with a skit that showed how Siri would perform as a waitress. And, yes, the results are about as funny as you'd expect from Siri and Kimmel.
For example, when Kimmel tried to order a coffee, Siri directed him to the six coffee shops that were "fairly close to him." When he ordered a chicken Caesar salad, Siri brought him a bowl of crickets, cheese and chowder.
Of course, Kimmel isn't the only one --too. But who's funnier?