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    What do you think of today's voice recognition technology?
    It's great -- the tech has improved vastly in recent years.
    It's the wave of the future, but quality is still hit or miss.
    I like it for texting, especially when I'm driving.
    I only use it when I have to, like with IVR systems.
    I avoid using it, because most voice systems are still terrible.
    It's an unnecessary frill that I can easily live without.