That’s because starting September 12, Amazon opened up its crowdsourcing answer platform, Alexa Answers, to everyone. In that time, Amazon says it logged hundreds of thousands of answers which have been served millions of times to Alexa users. With Alexa Answers, any person can sign up to provide answers to questions that have been asked to Alexa. In the future, the answers that Alexa reads out could be coming from you, someone you know, or some stranger on the internet. Amazon originally opened this program up last year for a trial period and invited thousands of customers to take part. The program has been in trial since last year but was opened to the public on September 12. Now, it’s time for everyone to get in on the action as Amazon opens the p… What you need to know
On Septemeber 12, Amazon opened its Alexa Answers program to the public. Participants will be able to earn points and climb up the leaderboard by answering questions and also vote on the accuracy of the answers.