Consumers expect artificial intelligence interfaces to start taking over from

A couple using a smartphone in Sweden. Reading this on your mobile? Chances are that you’ll soon be swapping your mini screen for an artificial electronic assistant, according to new research carried out by researchers working for Stockholm-based tech conglomerate Ericsson. For example, not when one is driving a vehicle or cooking. There are also a lot of instances when display screens are hard to read, reports The Telegraph. In fact, half of all smartphone users expect smartphones to become things of the past within the next five years. An online survey in October 2015 tied the trends together, with 6,649 iOS/Android smartphone users in Istanbul, Johannesburg, London, Mexico City, Moscow, New York, Paris, San Francisco, São Paulo, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney, and Tokyo representing 68 million urban citizens around the…


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