Amazon has launched a new voice assistant command in collaboration with the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB).
Echo users can now say “Alexa, call RNIB helpline” to speak to an RNIB advisor during the helpline’s opening hours.
The helpline offers people with sight loss – and those who support them – advice on employment, education and technology, as well as peer support and counselling services and practical assistance when it comes to accessing information, adapting your home and getting around.
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