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'Alexa, be more human': Inside Amazon's effort to make its voice assistant smarter, chattier and more like you. Ms. Goering was born on June 2, 1938. Hitler became her godfather when she was baptized later that year.
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Log InTHE BRINK (2019) Stream on Hulu. Alison Klayman’s fleet-footed documentary develops a portrait of Stephen K. Bannon, the former White House chief strategist and Breitbart News executive, from more than a year’s worth of footage. “‘The Brink’ is a movie that people who hate Bannon may embrace — they are surely the intended audience — but that doesn’t mean Bannon himself will hate it,” A.O. Scott wrote in his review for The Times. Scott noted that it “both exposes and flatters his vanity.” It’s also a clear product of the present era, peppered with news cycles that fly by. The result, Scott wrote, is a “fast-moving, tightly packed, at times unnervingly entertaining documentary.” Such appeals have worked for Mr. Netanyahu in the past. This time they might backfire.