Seamless voice recognition remains the Holy Grail of computer input, but despite the rise to prominence of Cortana, Google Now and Siri, we're still not up to the standards of the Starship Enterprise.
Despite the marketing and the witty responses, questions remain over whether or not today's voice recognition services are good enough to be used on a regular basis. And understanding what the user is saying is only part of the problem - figuring out specific commands can be a mystery, using voice recognition when others are around still feels taboo, and a lot of the time, isn't it just less hassle to use a good ol' keyboard?
To find out, we're putting the question to you: how often do you use speech recognition? And in your experience, do the current services work well? Let us know in the comments below.