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Why It's Time For Our Devices to ­nderstand What We Mean, Not Just What We Say

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Captain Picard, tea

Captain Picard ordered Tea. Earl Grey. Hot from the replicator using just his voice.

It wasn’t just cost and Moore’s law. The graphical user interface—now known as the GUI ("gooey")—is what really made computing widespread, personal and ubiquitous.

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