New research suggests that intelligent speakers, such as the Amazon Echo and the Google homepage, believe that this technology is a way to declare and use fewer screens in their daily lives.
Last year, the number of people using smart voice activated speakers nearly doubled last year and 10% of the UK claim they are using a single, open Reuters institute.
Consumers said they spend wise speakers as an opportunity to declare replacing traditional radio receivers at home, especially in living quarters, kitchens and bedrooms, rather than choosing to listen to live streaming radio broadcasts.
Many said they thought that voice has largely changed the remote control of the TV and other household devices.
"These technologies are still at an early stage," said Nic Newman, author of The Voice of the Future and The Impact of Events on News.
"We will increasingly use our voice to control devices and access the media as it is faster and easier to enter for many purposes than touch screens or remote control."
The study also showed that people felt that smart speakers were an effective way to spend less time on screens, helping them remove the disturbing situations that sometimes make the Internet.
Tech giants have remained silent about the exact number of intelligent speakers they have been sold, but report data, based on a survey of 1,000 UK smart speaker owners, suggests that Amazon Echo is currently leading, with only three quarters of the market (74%) followed by Google's home page is 14%, and Sonos One, powered by Alexa, earning 5%.
– Press Association