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Exploring Voice User Interfaces for Seniors

Abstract : Recent product releases such as Apple's \textit{Siri} and Google's \textit{Voice Search} have strongly emphasized the use of voice as a modern interaction modality. Seniors, in particular, might appreciate an alternative to small mobile phone keypads, touchpads and computer mice. This paper presents initial explorations of how elderly people would interact with language-technology-driven interfaces, how these interactions measure up against traditional physical interaction channels, and what features they may require to satisfy the needs of this very specific group of users.
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Stephan Schlögl, Markus Garschall, Grégory Legouverneur, Gérard Chollet, Manfred Tscheligi. Exploring Voice User Interfaces for Seniors. PETRA International Conference on Pervasive Technologies Related to Assistive Technologies, May 2013, Island of Rhodes, Greece. ⟨hal-02288367⟩



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