I don't think the near-future is voice, because many of us now work in open-plan offices or, at the very least, have to share our offices with a few other people. Nobody'd be able to focus if they'd have to listen to their colleagues all day, and the computer would likely start picking up some of the background noise as well.just_add_coffee wrote: ↑The future of ALL switches is zilch. Nada. Nothing. The near-future is voice, and the not-too-distant-future is thought. But in the here-and-now, the best mechanical switch is old school IBM buckling spring, though if you like artisan keysets, keycaps, customization, color, etc., you should give the newest Kailh offerings a look.
Wearing headphones to block the sound of others talking could get tiring after a while, and would also cut you off from ordinary chit-chat.
Having the computer type your thoughts isn't such a good idea, either, as people tend to loose focus after a while - the computer would start putting out gibberish at that stage.