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I'm wondering this too.

Like hey, let's install some under developed AI from some unknown company with unknown security policies on top of a device with access to hordes of personal data and the ability to make transactions online.

No hacker will EVER think to use it as an attack vector /s





I didn't look into Alias deeply, but does it even have network access at all? I don't see a reason it would have to.


It needs it for setup (so you can set up the wake word using your phone), but then after that it can be disconnected.




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