Amazon’s latest Alexa feature can mimic the voice of a dead person | USA TODAY

Amazon’s digital assistant Alexa has a new feature on the way that provides the ability to impersonate the voice of a deceased relative.

This week, Amazon is hosting its re:MARS conference, which breaks down company advances in areas including machine learning, automation, robotics and space.

During the conference, Rohit Prasad, senior vice president and head scientist for Alexa AI at Amazon, demonstrated one way to leverage the voice assistant by mimicking the voice of a dead relative.

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