Kid attempts to get information from Alexa, ends up educated about porn (NSFW VIDEO)



For those of you unfamiliar with Alexa, she is a virtual assistant who lives in the cloud. She can be activated on Amazon Echo devices by simply saying her name and asking a question (what is the score of the Miami Dolphons game?) or requesting that a task be done (time 10-minutes). For the most part, Alexa does her best to stay out of the gutter. But we are talking about hardware and software, silicon and lines of numbers. Mistakes happen.

Take the plight of this innocent little boy, which happened to be recorded on video. He was using the Amazon Echo Dot, which bares a striking resemblance to a hockey puck on steroids. Best as we can tell, the kid activates the device by saying, "Alexa, play Digger Digger." That seems like a rather innocent request. However, we have to wonder what kind of memories Alexa has of her own childhood, because "Digger, Digger" certainly set her off.

All of a sudden, you can hear Alexa say something about a request for porn being detected. Then, as the parents start to react, Alexa says, "Hot chick amateur girl sexy." With the camera still rolling, Alexa continues over the objection of the parents. "Pussy anal dildo ring," Alexa says. Finally, the father says the magic words, "Alexa, stop." Awkward silence is followed by laughter from the parents. We have to wonder what the heck Alexa is doing up in the cloud every day. Even more intriguing, how do you play "Digger, Digger?"

Check out the hilarity by clicking on the video at the top of the story. And keep in mind that it is not safe for work. That is, unless your office is celebrating the upcoming New Year's Day holiday by playing a rigorous game of Digger, Digger.

source: YouTube via BGR

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