To fix the problem, the retail giant will disable the "Alexa, laugh" command and use "Alexa, can you laugh?" in its place. If your nutty Alexa does laugh, rather than just launching into creepy laughter, Alexa will say "Sure, I can laugh" and then laugh.
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The housing voice assistant is created to respond to commands when the user says a wake word, like Amazon or Alexa.
Terms like "recently" or "lately" can also be used to summon tunes, while users can even request Alexa "play something I haven't heard in a while".
"We got home and, totally unprompted, our Amazon Echo/Alexa started talking". But it's unlikely that Alexa has become sentient and is intentionally frightening users with the laughs.
As explained by one of Amazon's developers, while Alexa's is on, it will analyze every sound she hears and approximates it to a pre-programmed voice command.