User interfaces that worked acceptably with fewer features and options are becoming so crowded that they make digital systems increasingly challenging to use, a problem compounded with smaller screens on smartphones. This issue and solutions are clearly reflected in talks at the conference.
Using a smartphone, tablet, PC, wearable device—even interacting with a recent-model automobile—is becoming increasingly frustrating. There are continually more web sites, apps, services, software updates, and devices to deal with. What worked well with less can be frustrating with too much. And the trend toward complexity is accelerating.
“Speech recognition and natural language understanding technology will eventually be a required overlay to every operating system,” notes
“Like Moore’s Law, improvements in speech recognition, speech synthesis, natural language interpretation, and knowledge representation are compounding, with improvements in each aspect making the others more useful,” said K. W. 'Bill'
The full program of the conference is available at http://www.mobilevoiceconference.com/program.
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