Voice interfaces are a red-hot topic in 2017, as I surveyed in my previous post. Many have called 2017 the year of the voice interface, or some such moniker, but anyone who uses a voice interface has surely experienced some head-smackingly irritating moments. Although voice has the potential to become the ultimate human-machine interface, it’s not quite there yet. In this column we will take a look at some of the problems and missing features that need to be addressed.
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Ava from Ex Machina. How far is Alexa from this? (Source: DNA Films/Film 4)
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