The Future Of Presentations Are Adaptive And Follow Natural Conversation

The Future Of Presentations Are Adaptive And Follow Natural Conversation

James Ontra, CEO of Shufflrr, explains how future presentations will be better at automating content and following the conversation

  • 9 november 2016

Presentations are a reality of most modern workplaces. For 26 years, Microsoft PowerPoint has remained the most popular presentation tool in business and, although there have been minor improvements over time, the general concept of how a person creates and presents content has remained the same. However, we are beginning to see new technologies and products that are beginning to institute change in this space.

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