VIDEO: Do Siri and Alexa make your food choices healthier or unhealthier?

Do you want to make healthier food choices? Maybe you should change the way you make those decisions. What leads consumers to make healthier choices: indicating their choice by speaking or button pressing? Dr. Anne-Kathrin Klesse from Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University will tell you in her lecture at University of the Netherlands.

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