Voice-Operated Assistants

Speaker: Greg Skalka, President,
Under the Hood Computer Club,
Carlsbad CA

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Greg Skalks

What’s new in technology? First, it was the Cloud, and now it’s Voice Operated Assistants — the future is here! Voice operated assistants like Amazon Echo, Dot and Tap, and Google Home are here to help us with automated tasks and more. Siri, Cortana, and Google Assistant also help us with our technology. Greg will discuss these questions:
  What can they do?
  What are the benefits?
  How about the dark side?

Meet Our Presenter
Greg has been a computer user group member for 25 years and has been the president of the Under the Computer Hood User Group (UCHUG) in San Diego since 1995. He has written over 250 newsletter columns that have been reprinted in APCUG’s member-group newsletters. Greg has given many presentations to his group on topics ranging from networking to slide scanning. He has also provided several Virtual Technology Conference (VTC) presentations as well as interactive webinars via APCUG’s Speakers Bureau. He works as an electrical engineer, designing commercial telecom equipment for a small company in Carlsbad, CA.


 Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Main Program: 6:30 to 9:00 PM

Q & A Roundtable: 6:30 to 7:20 PM
Refreshments: 7:00 to 7:30 PM

Westchester United Methodist Church
Fellowship Hall
8065 Emerson Ave.
Westchester, CA 90045


Future Programs:
  • April 10, 2018 – Digital Camouflage Using VPN


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