A Study on Various Methods and Application for Examining the Smart Voice Assistant Device

S. Murugesan and Dr.N. Balajiraja

Home Digital Voice Assistants (HDVAs) have become common in latest years. Users can monitor smart devices and use speech to get working support through those HDVAs (e.g., Amazon Alexa, Google Home). Smart Voice Assistant is a voice-controlled, fast-growing technology. Over the course of several days, information on the use of Alexa was collected from 19 participants through online questionnaire and diary methods. The findings show that Alexa was mainly used across all age communities to check weather forecasts, play songs, and control other equipment. In this job, Smart Voice Assistant thorough research is provided with their overviews and their apps. Further job is to know whether visually impaired consumers view Alexa and comparable voice-controlled apps as mainly a traditional information retrieval system, a informal recreation scheme, a command panel for smart home appliances, or merely a fresh toy. There are about 39 billion individuals who are deaf and 285 billion individuals with low vision. The manner we do, they are not prepared to encounter the environment. The Experience could be is powered by speech server ' Alexa ' through Smart Voice Assistant, which is also evaluated in this research.

Volume 11 | 12-Special Issue

Pages: 383-392

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V11SP12/20193234