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Carpal Tunnel, Arthritis, And Voice Commands

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a painful condition that can arise in people who make repetitive finger or hand motions - like typing. The best "cure" is to stop doing what caused the problem in the first place. Arthritis is another sometimes crippling inflammatory disease, that could make it difficult or impossible to use any kind of keyboard effectively. For those of us whose use computing devices regularly, both of these conditions are just crying out for a reliable, easy to use, voice control technology. Widespread use and acceptance is coming; I believe it's one of the next Big Things. We have seen Siri in action and the Google Glass devices will be largely voice activated. Very soon, I expect that casual spoken interaction with our computers will be second nature.
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