As virtual assistants become more intelligent, our expectations from them become increasingly higher. Now that simple voice commands are practically taken for granted, deep learning is enabling more complex interactions, like contextual conversations and emotion detection. In my previous column, I reviewed the drawbacks and missing features of currently prevalent voice interfaces. But those kinks and quirks are on the verge of elimination. In this article, I’ll be looking forward to tomorrow’s voice interfaces and the technologies that will enable them.
Always-Listening machines that can communicate with each other
A voice-first user interface (UI) needs to be always-listening. This is a challenge for…
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