Users will speak rather than type, watch video rather than read, and use technology socially rather than alone.
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November 22, 2011 03:28
I am kind of bored by current search and current search visions. 'natural' search interfaces memory or artificial memory, nothing else. The search industry has an outdated idea of information. Get cognitive, forget about data!
;-) L. Ludwig [artificialmemory.net]
December 07, 2011 12:50
I was looking something more interesting. Natural language Speech input - obvious, video searching - obvious, cause they probably want to find you on every picture and video and trace you down whatever you did or not.
I mean MOAR about interfaces actually. Something new?
And yeah- cognitive is cool!!!
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