Hello NVDA community. It’s Sky. I wanted to ask you
question. Will NVDA be incorporating voice commands in into the
reader? Because a friend of mine has told me that in three years
going to be voice activated. Yes we have dictation bridge for Voice
activation, but what my friend means is that in three years, the
etc. will all be done via Voice activation without a keyboard. Here is
has to say.
Sent: Thursday, May 31, 2018 8:12 AM
Subject: Re: CSUN
I just received an email from my local supermarket. I
on line shop there every week. From today I can order it via Alexa, Google
home and other apps using voice only ordering.
I did say this is the way forward. With Amazon and
competing, this voice activation is going to be the next huge thing in
computing. I've said this for a while as you know. The next step is using
actual programs/apps via voice activation. Just watch my friend. VFO is
finished, on the way out. They won't be able to compete in an open market.
as huge as this one. Just imagine my friend. At the moment I have my
in a shopping list. Think about the key strokes I need to use to get to
Then additional items. I have to do a search of often up to 40 products
similar name. arrowing down, tabbing down. Then adding them to my shopping
basket. Going through the dates for delivery and times. Then all the key
strokes in using my card details authorization process. All done with our
voice. At least quarter of the time normally spent shopping This does
the end of VFO.
Everything is going to be voice activated in the next 3
years. There isn't any other way for web developers to go.
Progress sometimes my friend is slow but when it
is like a high speed jet aircraft. Nothing stands in it's way.
There will be some people who won't change. Or use both
methods to carry out tasks. Now VFO have to utilize jws to act on voice
commands. With Dug in Microsoft. I can see VFO being left thousands of
behind. Then when they introduce pay monthly fees. The very fast
jws and other products will come to a very sudden and dramatic halt. They
think they have the market share for programs relating of the blind. They
don't any more and they are the ones who are blind and not us.
Live long and prosper, John