Andy Rubin,The head of Google’s Android mobile OS, in his recent interview stated that “You shouldn’t be communicating with the phone; you should be communicating with somebody on the other side of the phone.”He strictly disagrees as the phone cannot be your personal assistant.
His ideas stated that talking to a smartphone is arguably the most natural way of communicating with it. It’s like the future of mobile communications is finally catching up with what Star Trek was doing decades ago. Why shouldn’t you be able to just ask the device for information, or tell it to perform tasks and functions rather than pinching, tapping, and swiping to accomplish the same thing Even Google Android does the same actually even Google seemed to think it was a fabulous idea when it was hyping the Voice Actions feature in Android,may be Rubin’s point is a matter of perspective maybe Rubin feels that voice commands are good, but ‘conversing’ with an artificial intelligence is just silly.
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