Humans began Learn more about personal assistants like Google Assistant, Siri, Cortana, and Bixby. But how will people feel about the characters that translate into cars, laptops and other household appliances? Do we want a single unarmed person in all devices, or do we prefer to build new relationships with each of these things? Do we want to understand these things and sympathize with them? Do we really need these things to "feel" what we feel or just need the experience they "get".
Humans are usually inherent in the embodiment of objects around them, especially those that move, grow or speak to them. Because technological advances enable robots and Internet devices to be smarter, human beings are likely to assign more to the devices they interact with in their daily lives.
The vacuum cleaner, once a simple tool, was a rumbeba with an unmistakable personality because it made the happy atmosphere rush through the living room. Although replacing a standard vacuum cleaner is not a big deal, many Roomba users are demanding that the exact same robot be retrieved from repair operations and not "killed" and parts removed. They see it as part of the family.
Tools on the other hand, are replaceable. The more intelligent a device or piece of hardware feels like a tool, the more replaceable it becomes. In Star Trek, the crew does not think of a second idea of replacing the ship's computer and upgrading it, which he speaks to them in a monotonous, indivisible voice because they view it as a tool. However, upgrades or maintenance of Commander Data, a member of the Android crew, are of great concern because his human form and personality make him feel energetic and powerful. Moreover, studies have shown that people are more likely to forgive mistakes if they come from a device they consider "alive" while they do not have such indulgence in things they see as tools.
How does this apply to our future? Logically, it seems that the company to improve retention and participation, and to assign a strong personality to a device, is a clear way to take advantage of human incarnation, giving you time out for mistakes, while promoting retention and participation. However, the real challenge is to choose how much personal to inject.