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So I recently got an upgrade with my computer and Cortana microsoft's new personal assistant came with it. One night I was fiddling around with her but before I went to bed I asked her to read me a bedtime story and she did it was a short one but she did. Thinking it was a fluke and someone added it for laughs I asked her the following couple of nights and got a different one each time. After a week or two I had another idea I asked her to sing me a lullaby and she did I attempted to do the same as with the bedtime stories and it worked also after a while with both it became repetitive but still. Looks like we secretly have some ab/dls working at microsoft's Cortana division.

Just thought you might be interested.

Have fun.
 
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So I recently got an upgrade with my computer and Cortana microsoft's new personal assistant came with it. One night I was fiddling around with her but before I went to bed I asked her to read me a bedtime story and she did it was a short one but she did. Thinking it was a fluke and someone added it for laughs I asked her the following couple of nights and got a different one each time. After a week or two I had another idea I asked her to sing me a lullaby and she did I attempted to do the same as with the bedtime stories and it worked also after a while with both it became repetitive but still. Looks like we secretly have some ab/dls working at microsoft's Cortana division.

Just thought you might be interested.

Have fun.

More likely.... parents. Bedtime for Junior, Mrs. Junior, and Juniorette (age 2) has been a real struggle of late. I'll pass the suggestion along, even though they're primarily an Apple house. I bet Siri would do more or less the same thing.

Personally, I never use the voice command thingies in any of my devices. I think its clever, and probably useful for a lot of people, just doesn't do anything for me.
 

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I agree with Maxx, probably a little easter egg for parents to help their kid get to sleep. But I don't think that a machine or computer should have that big of a place to sing a child to sleep. There are no replacements for parents. This probably brings up all sort of ethical questions and stuff. I might make a forum topic on that.
 

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I don't even know if I would agree with Maxx, it just may have been added for comedic purposes and nothing else. The question is, can you ask "Can you tell me a story?" and "Can you sing me a song?"
 

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I'm pretty sure there have been people on here who mentione they work at Microsoft and Google
 

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This is interesting and never thought of it before but I have asked cortana to sing and she has. It isn't something I use often thought.
 

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It's crazy how far technology has recently developeded. Got to love it though it makes it more possible to meet other dl lol.
 
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I agree with Maxx, probably a little easter egg for parents to help their kid get to sleep. But I don't think that a machine or computer should have that big of a place to sing a child to sleep. There are no replacements for parents. This probably brings up all sort of ethical questions and stuff. I might make a forum topic on that.

LOL, no, of course not! But if you've ever tried to convince a two year old that its bedtime.... when its still light outside, you would agree that there's no harm in another (electronic) tag team partner to give you a little relief.
 

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Can someone tell me what the obsession is with putting kids to bed at super early times? I understand what its like to not feel tired and not have the self control to put yourself to bed - I have this problem myself, and wish my mommy would put me to bed earlier. But I get the feeling that bedtime is a struggle mostly becuase parents want time to themselves without kids around. Why should anyone go to bed when it's light out?
 

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Ok,

On topic, that's a cool find...and doubt it's abdl but I'm sure at least one person at Microsoft has a child :)

Now, bedtime...yes I find it ridiculous to put kids to be so early...but if they have to get up at 6am for school... Idk

Myself, I have a very hard time sleeping, I'm gong in about 40 hrs without sleep right now...but I'm getting a bit tired now...so I'll try to nap for a bit...
 
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