Users can pause questions through categories such as “new questions,” “new questions,” or a broad topic of areas, such as science and geography, and submit answers. (to know they already know). Amazon is also looking to streamline the system. Users receive tokens when Alexa uses their answers, and they can compete on the ranking boards to get useful answers. You can also record how many times Alexa uses your query.
The important thing is to check the facts. Amazon may not have a formal system to determine whether responses submitted are accurate. Alexa users can submit a response such as a thumbs up or a thumbs up given to the feedback submitted by the user, and a star rating of the Amazonian image based on the system based on Alexa Answers website, but relies on giving customers its own. Users can also flag answers that they think are incorrect, but beyond that, all input relies on the honor system.
Also, if more than one answer is answered, Amazon says “Alexa can switch between answers until the information is long enough to determine which is the most useful answer”, and what is not a substitute for reality, decides which is right
However, exploring the knowledge gaps of knowledgeable assistants is important for them to understand, as well as giving your customers their time to work for free (the claim is different, and it is confidential about paying human contracts to listen to buyers for records) is not the worst way to accomplish that task.