- Virtual smells, the feeling of a handshake, and AI translators could soon be a part of video calls.
- Tech experts weigh the consequences and likelihood of replacing in-person meetings.
- They suggest that while VR and AI may seem niche, they have plenty of potential to become mainstream.
As you settle in for your next meeting, you reach out to shake the hand of the person sitting across from you. The room fills with the scent of freshly-brewed coffee, and when your colleague speaks in a different language, you find that you can understand them.
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