Nouvelle analyse dit le New York Times Best Sellers perdra $ 17 millions en 2019 Becau…

Nouvelle analyse dit le New York Times Best Sellers perdra $ 17 millions en 2019 Becau…

New Analysis Says NYT Best Sellers Will Lose $17 Million in 2019 Because of Voice Search Issues, Google Assistant and Cortana Perform Best – Voicebot

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nouvelle analyse dit New York Times Best Sellers perdra $ 17 millions en 2019, en raison de problèmes de Voice Search, Google Assistant et Cortana fonctionnent mieux – Voicebot


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8 réflexions au sujet de “Nouvelle analyse dit le New York Times Best Sellers perdra $ 17 millions en 2019 Becau…”

  1. > This is spam for people trying to sell voice products to book publishers.
    >
    > They asked voice assistants the following questions
    >
    > >Saying “Becoming, by Michelle Obama”
    >
    > > Saying, “I want to read [BOOK TITLE] by [AUTHOR].”
    >
    > > Saying, “I want to listen to [BOOK TITLE] by [AUTHOR].”
    >
    > > Saying, “I want to order [BOOK TITLE] by [AUTHOR].”
    >
    > And they conclude
    >
    > > Score Publishing assumed that only about 20% of these failed queries led to a lost sale and that the average revenue per book is $12. The analysis then took publicly available data on questions asked of voice assistants to arrive at the $17 million in loss figure.
    >
    > Uhm, what? Implicit in this assumption is that a voice command (only 1/4 of which were related to ordering) has a 20% conversion rate? In that case, I have an ad network to sell you.
    >
    > > Overall, the voice assistants were only able to answer 43.1% of the questions. However, this is a bit misleading as the “listen to” question only scored 8.0% across all book queries while the other questions were tightly bunched between 53% and 56%
    >
    > So a voice skill/shortcut that doesn’t exist (listen to) didn’t work? You don’t say.
    >
    > This is such a clusterfuck of assumptions I don’t need to continue, but can conclude this article should not exist.

    https://old.reddit.com/r/apple/comments/b08nq2/new_analysis_says_nyt_best_sellers_will_lose_17/eieh6r0/

    This is some classic astroturfing, just check out the upvote/downvote ratios on some of these comments — completely out of whack with what a normal community reponse looks like.

    Update: Immediately downvoted seconds after posting — very nice.

  2. I’ll never not feel like an idiot talking to a voice assistant no matter how good they are. It’s just not something I’ll ever find very useful either to be honest, I can generally get what I want done faster without them. Full disclosure, I’m on an iPhone right now so Siri isn’t exactly changing hearts and minds over here.

  3. I wonder if studies like these drive improvement of assistants for companies that actually sell products. Amazon clearly has a vested interest in selling things. Does Apple? They do sell through iTunes, but is it worth their investment?

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