How does artificial intelligence fit in the old model of UI?

Our current user interfaces are built on 30 years of history. Read Tomaž Štolfa, founder of developer messaging toolkit Layer, on how artificially intelligent programs could take over our grunt work, if we’d only let it shape our innovation.

‘2016 is the year of everything conversational!’ It’s a popular Silicon Valley saying, and at first, the assertion makes a certain amount of sense: Messaging apps like What’s App, WeChat, and Facebook Messenger dominate the majority of our mobile experience, while every community, marketplace, on-demand service, game, and e-commerce app also has or soon will have messaging as part of its experience. Then there’s Slack, which already seems to destined to become the default UI for knowledge workers.

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