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Alexa is the first technology of its kind to travel into space as part of the Artemis l . voyage

In what appears to be a giant leap for digital assistants, Alexa will become the first technology of its kind for space travel, and Amazon’s intelligent voice assistant will head beyond Earth early next year as part of NASA’s long-awaited Artemis I mission that will pave the way for landing a crew on Earth. Moon’s surface before the end of the decade.

Amazon engineers have created an advanced version of Alexa that will be tested during Artemis I to see if the technology might be useful for subsequent crew assignments, Digitartlends reports.

Throw away any images of the Echo Dot bluntly taped to a seat inside the Orion. According to Amazon, Lockheed Martin has designed custom space-class devices built with Alexa that are powerful enough to handle intense shock and vibration at launch as well as exposure to radiation from passing through the Van Allen radiation belt on the way to the moon.

During Artemis I, the Orion spacecraft will fly over the Moon before returning to Earth. The flight will be unmanned, so NASA will set up Alexa interactions remotely, with mission control personnel, students, and special guests able to ask the voice assistant questions during the spacecraft flight.

Alexa will be connected to Orion’s real-time telemetry data, so it will be able to answer thousands of questions about the mission as it happens.

As you might expect Alexa will also be able to respond to requests to control the connected devices onboard the Orion, including the lighting inside the cabin.

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Alexa is one of a number of innovative technologies that will be tested as part of Artemis I, with exercise enabling mission planners to explore how ambient intelligence can help astronauts on future trips to the moon and beyond.

“I can imagine a future in which astronauts can access information about flight status and telemetry — such as spacecraft orientation, water supply levels or battery voltage status, through commands,” said Howard Hu, Orion Program Deputy Administrator at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. Simple audio. “Orion is already the most advanced spacecraft ever to take astronauts to the Moon, and its voice-activated technology can take it to the next level by enabling interactive computer systems for science fiction spaceships to become a reality for the next generation of explorers.”

It is one of a number of innovative technologies that will be tested as part of Artemis I, with exercise enabling mission planners to explore how ambient intelligence can aid astronauts on future trips to the moon and beyond.

“I can imagine a future in which astronauts can access information about flight status and telemetry — such as spacecraft orientation, water supply levels or battery voltage status, through commands,” said Howard Ho, deputy director of the Orion program at NASA’s Johnson Space Center. Simple audio. “Orion is already the most advanced spacecraft ever to take astronauts to the Moon, and its voice-activated technology can take it to the next level by enabling interactive computer systems for science fiction spaceships to become a reality for the next generation of explorers.”

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Alexa engineers also hope to use the mission to learn more about how to improve the digital voice assistant for the many earthlings who already use it, with a particular focus on improving it for those who live in harsh or remote environments with no connectivity.

“The Star Trek computer was part of our original inspiration for Alexa, so it’s both exciting and humbling to see our vision of ambient intelligence come to life aboard Orion,” said Aaron Robinson, Vice President of Alexa Everywhere at Amazon.

“We are proud to work with Lockheed Martin to push the boundaries of voice technology and artificial intelligence, and we hope Alexa’s role in the mission will help inspire future scientists, astronauts, and engineers who will define the next era of space exploration,” Robinson said.

With this in mind, Amazon is also launching an initiative called Alexa for Astronauts, which offers students live virtual tours of the Johnson Space Center and features a STEM curriculum created in partnership with the National Science Teaching Association and Mobile CSP designed to highlight computer science learning and Artemis I’s mission.