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March 14 2013
In the future, your smartphone won't auto-correct your errors. It will correct them before they're even made.
It will know you really meant to hit the "K" key on your screen when you hit the "L" key. Maybe even one day, there won't be a traditional keyboard at all, if some entrepreneurs have their way.
While Google Inc. and Apple Inc. go after ways to make it easier to talk to your phone, a new fleet of scientists, startups and app developers are still attacking the problem of typing and input—perfecting how to understand what you want to type rather than what you literally typed.
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