Marketing in the age of Alexa

The autonomous car dropped Lori at her home and then left for its scheduled service at the dealership. It would be back in time to take her to the airport the next morning. On the way into her house, Lori gathered the drone deliveries from the drop box on her stoop. The familiar voice of Eve, a next-generation smart assistant like Alexa, greeted her in the foyer and gently reminded her of the travel plans for her upcoming conference in LA. Lori hadn’t bothered to learn the details, since Eve had taken care of finding the best flight, seat, and hotel room that her company’s expense policy would allow. Read more…