The future of human to computer interaction will be more akin to conversation as we move away from touch and towards gesture and voice.
We are on the brink of the fourth technological revolution of the modern era; The car will be the central protagonist of this revolution, as it combines a physical space, a moving environment that transports users, and a center for interaction.
Retailers worldwide are already putting the technology to great use to improve their businesses. A quick look through the retail industry shows how the capabilities of machine learning are helping retailers.
We’ve been fascinated with touchless interaction for quite some time. But we’re just starting to see gestures being incorporated in mainstream interactive products and not just Microsoft Kinect games.
Every decade or so a new (sci-fi) movie comes out that completely transforms the way we think about the future of technology. For more than 10 years, that movie was Minority Report.
Our technological future is beginning to emerge from a fuzzy fragmented puzzle into a crystal clear vision of how we will interact with technology in a post-mobile world.