Hype Cycle for Human-Computer Interaction, 2006

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Summary

Be ready for major shifts in human-computer interaction in the 2010 to 2015 time frame. In the meantime, focus on specific applications with quantifiable value, such as speech recognition in the call center.

Table of Contents

  • Analysis
    • 1.0 What You Need to Know
    • 2.0 The Hype Cycle
    • 3.0 The Priority Matrix
    • 4.0 On the Rise
      • 4.1 Computer-Brain Interface
      • 4.2 Gaze Tracking
      • 4.3 Retinal Displays
      • 4.4 Chip Implants for Identification
      • 4.5 Emotion Detection
      • 4.6 Augmented Reality
      • 4.7 Speech-to-Speech Translation
      • 4.8 Telepresence
      • 4.9 Gesture Recognition
      • 4.10 Haptics
      • 4.11 Wearable Computers
    • 5.0 At the Peak
      • 5.1 Speech Recognition for Mobile Devices
      • 5.2 Digital Paper/E-Paper
    • 6.0 Sliding Into the Trough
      • 6.1 Desktop Video
      • 6.2 Natural-Language Search
      • 6.3 Intelligent Agents
      • 6.4 Synthetic Characters/Chatterbots
      • 6.5 Tablet PC
      • 6.6 Virtual Reality
      • 6.7 Speech Recognition for the Desktop
      • 6.8 Digital Pens
      • 6.9 Videoconferencing
    • 7.0 Climbing the Slope
      • 7.1 Handwriting Recognition
      • 7.2 Machine Translation
      • 7.3 Smartphone
    • 8.0 Entering the Plateau
      • 8.1 Speech Recognition for Telephony and Contact Center Applications
      • 8.2 Text-to-Speech/Speech Synthesis
    • 9.0 Off the Hype Cycle
    • 10.0 Appendices
      • 10.1 Previous Iteration of the Hype Cycle
      • 10.2 Hype Cycle Phases, Benefit Ratings and Maturity Levels
  • Recommended Reading
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