Innovation and advance are impossible without change, and implementing change successfully is crucial to Apple. Here are two examples of it not going right.
Mojave’s effective Enhanced Dictation is gone in Catalina, replaced by Voice Control. In some ways that’s better, but not for dictation.
Do these match the abilities of a human yet, or are they still only for those with impairments, or as novelties?
A thorough account of Dictation in El Capitan, and how you can use your Mac despite having RSI, etc.
Many of us visual, hearing, and/or control issues with our Macs. Here is a guided exploration of the Accessibility pane and what it has to offer us.
I like OS X’s dictation facility, but cannot get it to offer me replacement text for words or phrases which it underlines with blue dots. What do I need to tweak?
Can the Mac produce a transcribed account of important meetings using Dictation, or would an audio typist be better?