If you’re old enough to remember life before smart devices, you’ll remember this thing called a typewriter. You’d push letters to spell out words and make sentences. When you made a mistake, you’d had to go back and manually fix it or use “White Out.” It was laborious and certainly inefficient.
Word processors and computers came along and made things a bit easier. The delete key was a godsend and the cursor allowed us to insert text when we inadvertently left out words.
But smart devices would prove that was only the beginning.
Today’s mobile communication tools are more intelligent than you think. As the control center of your smart device, the keyboard is like an extension of your brain used to convey the message you want to send. Whether it’s words, a GIF or an emoji, the keyboard serves as the platform to express yourself, and it is only getting smarter.
At Kika, we continue to evolve mobile communications by leveraging cutting-edge artificial intelligence including deep learning, Natural Language Processing, and image and voice recognition, to enable more efficient and meaningful conversation.