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It’s great when technology just works and saves you a ton of time. This speech recognition application does just that.

Touch and gesture-based interfaces and good UI design are essential but if technology is going to become truly embedded in our lives — with AI assisting us in everything we do — we’ll have to learn to talk to tech. Or rather, tech is going to have to learn to talk to us, in our own language, not in code.

The interactive speaking computer has been a staple of Sci-Fi lore for years but has been strangely slow to appear in the real world. Mainly because it is…




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Alice Bonasio

Alice Bonasio

Technology writer for FastCo, Quartz, The Next Web, Ars Technica, Wired + more. Consultant specializing in VR #MixedReality and Strategic Communications

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