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If giving verbal instructions to people is so fraught, how are we ever going to effectively give verbal instructions to computers?

4 months ago | From Medium | Author: Alan Cooper

The biggest conundrum in technology is that it’s harder to tell a computer to do something than it is for the computer to do it. Complex and difficult jobs are fairly easy for digital power to accomplish, but instructing and directing the nuance and intention of that complexity remains an evergreen challenge. Thus the rationale for the entire profession of interaction design.

       

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