"Alexa, share my shopping list" - Accessibility

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Published on 3 Oct 2022, 7:01
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Transcript with visual description:
From the inside of a fridge, we see a young man with Down syndrome open the door and look at the contents. There are green onions, lettuce, radishes, kale, and bell peppers. He is visibly a little disappointed.
- Young man: “Just veggies. Alexa, send my shopping list to Kris.”
The Echo Show on his countertop reads Pizza, Sushi.
- Alexa: “Sending shopping list to Kris.”
We cut to a busy farmer’s market. Kris is carrying a tote bag full of more vegetables. Their phone buzzes. They open the link from a text to open a shopping list on the Alexa app. The screen reads: pizza, sushi, bagels, hummus.
Kris chuckles and turns to a farmer’s market vendor at a fruit stand and vegetable stand.
- Kris: “Do you have any pizza?”
The vendor looks at her, laughs a little, as he puts a grapefruit in a basket.
- Vendor: “No, sorry.”
- Kris: “No worries.”
Kris walks off and looks around at other stalls.
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