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  • Voice user interfaces are taking over
  • Voice user interfaces are taking over
    Håkan Dahlström ©
SIGNAL

Voice user interfaces are taking over

In Spike Jonze's Her, protagonist Theodore Twombly converses with his operating system as though she was a real human. And while Her is set in the future, voice user interface is increasingly relevant to the streamlined design modern consumers have grown accustomed to.

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