Bitterandthensome haha, she does indeed, and she's also depressed about being turned on. tbh, i feel like me and the speaker are both annoying each other with our constant interactions.
I want my tech to not talk to me, I'm defo not into the siri/alexa conversations, i'm faster pressing buttons, and it allows me to keep my train of thought, rather than thinking what that AI may be judging me on. I don't like people talking to me when I don't they don't need to (unless I'm drunk or high) so why should I want robots talking to me? It's faster to concentrate and use your hands (our hands are wonderful instruments, unlike the bull that comes from our mouths due to being on the spot and not thinking it through).
More intelligence comes from thinking before saying (buttons/typing), rather than forced vocal conversations. Fk talking to computers - talking is best left to socialising, drinking and being high - buttons are best for things that require thinking