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Sreeraman Thiagarajan
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan 9h
What’s exactly is BJP hiding by this huge misdirection?
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan 9h
Replying to @bhansali
Right. Voice is for speed, on the go. Context drives usages. Even in touch.
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan 13h
Replying to @SeekingN0rth
I wonder what rung in Maslow explains the human need to tweet about a TV show so obsessively?
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan 14h
Replying to @dupeshtilokani
The challenge is, some of the people I really like to follow and stay updated get into the rut. Can neither mute nor unfollow. Silent suffering 😩
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan 23h
Collaborate, Don’t compete. Not all collaborations necessarily mean competitive surrender.
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan 23h
Genuine curiosity. How many times has employees won over employers in modern history?
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan 23h
Just when Chowkidhar shit ended. started flooding the timeline 😩
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Mustafa Ali 24h
Turns out that if you want to get your users to install security updates, tell them they'll get new emojis 🤯
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan Apr 22
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The Wall Street Journal Apr 21
Forget . At a time of falling fertility rates, it’s more like .
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan Apr 22
Replying to @gradientboosted
The clocks ticks the same for billionaires and paupers. 😌
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan Apr 22
Replying to @DevenJoshi7
What works in GUI doesn’t apply in VUI. Voice is intent driven. Say you need a cab and Alexa hails one for you. Think of apps in 2008 vs now.
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan Apr 22
What’s the one thing that sets rich and poor apart?
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan Apr 22
Replying to @bhansali
Any tech’s ‘need’ can be endlessly debated. Human civilisation thrived for thousands of years without internet, telephone or credit card. We are living in times where man machine interaction is continuously changing. Why touch and swipe when I can speak?
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan Apr 22
Replying to @HandNF
Yes. For the millions who are directly buying applicants with ‘built-in’ the Home / Echo is redundant.
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan Apr 22
Replying to @pranjal_1981
Of course! Context drives usage.
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan Apr 22
Replying to @HandNF
*Open fridge* *Low on milk* Ok, Google, reorder my milk. Vs. Pick Phone open *some some app* Check Twitter notification,forget why u came here. Forget ordering milk. Pick Phone again. Repeat.
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan Apr 22
Replying to @RRajeeth
And Sherlock / Elementary 🔍
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan Apr 22
Voice Assistants are not confined to voice activated speakers like Alexa Echo and Google Home. The more connected devices (TV, a/c, fridge, ERPs, app) get voice assistants 'built-in' is when we fully unleash the power of voice commerce.
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Sreeraman Thiagarajan Apr 22
What concert costs 45 cents? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50 Cent featuring Nickelback.
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