Chance Miller. A new report from Bloomberg offers a look at the team of people that Amazon employs to listen to and monitor Alexa voice recordings. Some of the employees work full-time for Amazon, while some are independent contractors. In either case, Amazon requires the people sign nondisclosure agreements to keep the details of the program from public eye. Inherently, however, there are privacy concerns. Each reviewer works nine-hour shifts, processing as many as 1, audio clips per shift. In other cases, however, things are a lot more interesting. For instance, the report describes what happens when an Amazon employee hears something that might be considered upsetting, or even criminal. Sometimes they hear recordings they find upsetting, or possibly criminal. Two of the workers said they picked up what they believe was a sexual assault.
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Creative Bloq is supported by its audience. When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Bloomberg Businessweek has published a hard-hitting report on the privacy issues surrounding the popular Alexa range of Amazon devices. Everyone's talking about it It's because of the artwork that appears on the cover. Sadly, in a bid to capture a visual metaphor for Amazon listening in on your private conversations, the art team at Bloomberg have accidentally created we'll only say it once It's one of the peak design fails we've seen. See it being unveiled in Bloomberg's GIF below. When Bloomberg first shared the cover on Twitter, literally thousands of people rushed to point out the similarity that absolutely no one in the publication approval line had spotted.
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