3 Reasons Natural Language Processing (Not Google Glass) is the Future of Search
In April 2012 Google announced Google Glass, their augmented reality glasses that many believed would change how we search for and obtain information and even change Internet marketing as we know it.
If the torrent of tech media coverage of Google’s new eyewear were to serve as any indicator of adoption, I’ll likely soon find myself on the subway in New York wondering why everyone was talking to themselves only to find they are all addressing their new eyewear. (I’m sure there’s a joke in there somewhere about NYC subway riders already talking to themselves before the arrival of Google Glass).
Despite the media coverage, you can count me among those who are skeptical about how Glass will be adopted for the following reasons: