Apple’s Siri Calls Ambulance For Baby

Apple’s Siri Calls Ambulance For Baby
June 10 12:19 2016 Print This Article

(BBC) – A woman from Cairns, Australia, used Siri to call an ambulance for her one-year-old daughter when she stopped breathing.

Stacey Gleeson grabbed her iPhone and ran to the child’s room to help her but dropped it as she turned on the light.

She shouted at the handset to activate Siri and told it to get the emergency services on speakerphone as she began CPR.

Ms Gleeson told the BBC she feels it may have saved her daughter’s life.

She instructed Siri to call an ambulance on speakerphone and was able to communicate with the emergency services while resuscitating Giana.

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