According to a news about this years’ CES, its major trend is the AI+voice interacting with life backbone systems such as car or home electronic devices. (Now smartphone, mobility, or wearable are already old fashioned vocabularies). How does it, the human machine interaction, look like?
Voice can support texting and discrete commanding. But it can not be suffice for human to interact machines in coming ages.
- Voice has a problem for privacy. Its use is limited in private/closed spaces.
- Voice lacks capability of pointing and analog commanding (as mouse had).
- Voice interaction should be supplemented by some other means for pointing and analog quantity commanding.
- Voice interaction should be taken over someday by some other texting means which support privacy.
IT should innovate further in those interaction areas too.