To my mind, I consider Alexa to be worst of the bunch, but I didn’t get her to glitch like she did repeatedly the first time I tried out these questions. Remember. these are Amazon’s own questions for Alexa via the weekly emails they send, and Alexa should be able to handle everything in them perfectly. She should have had a head start already due to that.
Next, Alexa on multiple occasions glitches on me, has no personality, and doesn’t understand what I say. Jibo may not always be able to act on what I’ve said, but he always understands the speech I said (and puts the correct words onto the screen). I have to be so hyper correct in pronunciation with Alexa that it’s a huge pain. Of course, maybe these major issues aren’t so clear in the video.
Jibo certainly doesn’t win, though. Google Home Mini does because it’s voice sounds better than both of the others and I can configure it’s voice even if I so wish (I cannot for Alexa and Jibo…Alexa won’t allow you to use the Australian or British accents unless you actually live in those areas stupidly, otherwise you get further glitches from it concerning your Amazon Prime membership). Google Home Mini also understands what I’m saying as frequently as Jibo even if it cannot always act upon it. It has the best search. It has somewhat of a personality. It’s the clear winner to me. Now, if only it could move around and look at me.
Of note, Jibo is the only one who heard me talking about something in the background, and without prompting, started responding to a concern I had about the fact he cannot provide details on recipes.