Whoa, you. are. adorable. When did I ever claim my Google Home was "AI", knucklehead? I know the device isn't AI, but it solves my use cases and therefore I don't care whether its AI or not. It has value to me. Not every "problem" is something that is insurmountable. Sure, I COULD put the baby down, but its a pain in the ass. My nursery door is in a hallway so I have to walk down the hall into the living room, set the baby down on the couch, walk back up the hallway and then open the door, set the lights, etc. Then go get the baby again. It sucks, particularly at 2am. That is a problem, maybe not a huge one, but still a pain point. Google Home has greatly eased those specific problems. Using your moronic thought process, you don't NEED a cell phone. We could always go back to phone booths on every corner and carrying around notepads with phone numbers. BUT THE CELL PHONE MADE LIFE EASIER, and for me at least, so has Google Home. Alexa could be equally good or better but I haven't tried it. I just know my $130 Google Home was worth it to me.