Given access to your Google calendar, a personal assistant named Amy will happily schedule all your appointments. Just copy her on your emails to contacts, and she'll take care of the rest. The catch? She's a machine—a digital personal assistant. Manoush Zomorodi and Alex Goldmark of the WNYC podcast New Tech City
put Amy's skills to the test, and they're here to talk about what worked, what didn't, as well as the inevitable awkwardness of life with a bot.