Over the past decade there has been almost no innovation in the way we interact with our computers. We're still stuck using keyboards and mice. No one seems to have questioned this approach. Well, let me be the first! Keyboards and mice are a barrier that stop us experiencing the full joys of a computer. They're very awkward ways to give the computer information. It also takes time to learn to use a keyboard effectively. Using keyboards are often slow. Mice are not terrible but there exists a solution much better than them. Keyboards can be eradicated too. How? Let me share a vision wish you. The year is 2020 and the desktop computer has almost gone extinct due to the success of the laptop. These laptops have no keyboard. Instead, they have a screen where the keyboard is - yes that's right, two screens and they're both touchscreen. There are tiny ultra high definition and high frame rate webcams built into all these laptops. Windows has integrated speech recognition technology which not only listens to your voice, but watches your face and lips. This allows not only a higher accuracy, but also it will now know when you are talking to the computer or something else (if you are facing a friend and talking it will ignore you). The speech recognition technology is far more accurate than any human, it virtually never makes errors. Nobody is missing the touchpad/mouse either, because there exists a much superior technology. The webcam allows windows to watch the position of your eyes. From this, it calculates the exact point on the screen you're looking at and places the cursor there. The cursor instantly goes to wherever you look. Also, there's no mouse cursor drawn on the screen, there's no need. To click you can do one of three things: say a voice command, touch the lower touchscreen in a certain location, or make a gesture with your hands (such as pinching your index and thumb together). If you never need a keyboard you can summon it with ease (by saying "KEYBOARD NOW!!") and you can touch the screen to pinch zoom and whatnot. What do you think of this future? Would you embrace it or hate it?