Amazon's Alexa and Microsoft's Cortana can talk to each other
Alexa, add milk to my shopping list.
I've added milk to your shopping list.
Alexa, open Cortana.
Cortana here, how can I help?
How's my day?
I��ll take a look, I see two events for today.
First up, at 5:30 PM, celebration with Tom at Harvest Bind, and then at 8 PM pickup Maddie from soccer.
What can I do for you?
Send an email to Tom Taylor saying, I��ll see you tonight.
Sure, I��ll email Tom Taylor.
I��ll see you tonight.
Ready to send it?
Great, I've sent it.
[SOUND] How can I help?
I love being able to talk to both Cortana and Alexa on my PC, let me show you how they help me through my day.
I see I have an email from Megan about dinner tonight at Harvest Vine.
Hey Cortana Where is Harvest Vine?
Harvet Vine is about two miles a way at 2701 East Madison in Seattle.
Better get going.
Hey Cortana, open Alexa
[SOUND] Hi there.
This is Alexa.
How can I help?
Get me a ride to Harvest Vine.
There is a uberX two minutes away from your Alexa address.
Should I order it?
Okay, requesting your ride.
This may take a few moments.
Would you like to continue?
Okay, your Uber driver, Sarah, is arriving.
Look for a Toyota Camary.
Turn off the lights, please.
What else can I help you with?
What do you think bout Cortana?
I like Cortana.
We both have experience with light rings, although hers is more of a Halo.
Is there anything else?
Thanks, that's it.
Just a few other things that Alexa and Cortona helped me do throughout my day.
This experience is still gonna occur in a limited beta but you can go to this website to be notified when we go live.
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