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  • How could an AI interface change the way we use smartphones?
  • How could an AI interface change the way we use smartphones?
    Kev Costello (2018) ©
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Biggerpan Magic Cards: mobile search made seamless

The connected nature of the modern world means that virtually all information can be accessed on a smartphone – yet some suggest that tapping and swiping to search online is archaic. How might Biggerpan’s Magic Cards, a predictive mobile interface, change the way we interact with our devices?

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The connected nature of the modern world means that virtually every bit of public knowledge can be accessed on a smartphone. In fact, research carried out in 2016 estimated that 58% of all internet searches in the US were made on mobile devices. [1] Yet some app developers and technologists suggest that tapping and swiping to search online could soon be seen as archaic. These people believe that technology should be moving to active and predictive search, rather than passive.

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