Study Finds Siri Too Embarrassing To Use In Public

Here's Why People Don't Use Apple's Siri in Public

In the panic she dropped her smartphone as she dashed over to attempt to resuscitate her baby.

Stacey dropped her phone in shock upon noticing her motionless daughter, but thanks to a function on the new iPhone 6 that activates Siri even when not holding the phone, Stacey was able to summon assistance from across the room by saying, “Hey Siri”. Previously, Siri could be activated by voice only when an iPhone was being charged.

By the time the paramedics arrived, Giana was breathing again.

The happy tale serves as a reminder of why you might actually want to turn on “Hey Siri” on your iPhone and “OK, Google” on your Android device. Once Gleeson remembered that her phone had the “Hey Siri” feature, she ordered the AI to call an ambulance while she performed CPR to Stacey.

In case you’re wondering, Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant, which lives on Amazon Echo and other third-party devices can not call an ambulance. yet.

Giana.had been battling a chest infection and bronchiolitis.

“It’s helped save our daughter’s life and I never thought I’d have to go through something like that”, Gleeson said.

The “Hey Siri” feature is technically a new one on the iPhone whose intent is to save people time and pressing on their devices.

Happily, in the case of Giana Gleeson, Siri came to the rescue, and the adorable little girl is alive, happy, and healthy. Those who used iPhone were more likely to use Siri in the auto over Android users using OK Google in a margin of 62% to 37%.

Did Siri save her daughter? While this happened last March, the parents only are discussing the incident now.

Mom says Giana has made a full recovery. “The toddler’s mother Stacey Glesson rushed to her daughter, picked her up, sat on the floor and began to check on her”.

Because, as much as she drives you mad, one day, Siri could save your life.

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