Very interesting discussion hosted by CNET at CES 2016 in Las Vegas. The theme is about how we’ll interact with technology in the future, and unsurprisingly speech is prominent in the discussion.
The panel make some fascinating points about how future interaction will be an ‘orchestra’ of modalities, including speech, gesture, gaze, facial expression and biometrics (heart rate, speech patterns, etc).
And of course the keyboard (Betteridge’s law of headlines is alive and well). The keyboard will diminish in importance, but there are still situations where it will be the best way to interact.
Well worth watching.