Google’s Alexa assistant can learn from a cow’s swimming pool and then feed the cow a meal.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Alexa is able to recognize that a cow has jumped into a pool and use the onboard WiFi network to provide a meal to it.
This isn’t the first time Amazon has shown how it can use Alexa to teach its devices to help humans.
Earlier this year, Alexa was used to teach dogs to walk in a restaurant and help people with disabilities.
In 2018, Alexa helped a dog with an injury to walk after he fell out of a chair.
Amazon Alexa is already available on Amazon Echo devices and is set to be expanded to other smart speakers in the future.
The Echo speaker is already the most popular device for the Echo brand, and Amazon’s Alexa was recently introduced in the Echo Dot.
In 2018, Amazon unveiled a new Alexa assistant, called the Alexa Dot, which includes new features and has been designed to address a number of issues that the Echo line had in the past.
In addition to its new voice assistant, the Alexa D Dot includes Alexa’s ability to understand the gestures and phrases of the person that it is speaking to and to ask for directions.