Devices take up deep learning: How well does yours know you?

Ever since humans evolved language, speech has proven to be the most efficient way for us to communicate, from the simplest requests to the most complex ideas. Now, with advances in technology, speech is poised to become the next major transformation of the user interface. Just as human speech developed from basic sounds into words, and then combined those words into phrases and sentences, interfaces have developed along similar lines in the last 50 years. Command line interfaces (CLIs) in the 1960s allowed users to interact with computers using keyboards to ‘speak’ one or two word commands from a rigid, fixed set. This gave way to graphical user interfaces (GUIs) in the 1970s that extensively used the mouse and metaphors like physical desks and rubbish bins – phrases of a…


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