I am the interface of your future
It basically describes how, in our near future, pretty much everything will be connected to the internet. Sure, your fridge will be connected, but so will your heart rate monitor, shoes and even your plants - as chips get smaller and more efficient, and broadband becomes ubiquitous, everything will interface with the internet is some way.
Check out this infographic from GSMA:
With all these connected devices that can fit in the palm of your hand, there won’t be any traditional form of input. Obviously, they will be too small to contain a screen or keyboard.
So how are you going to get information from these things or input changes? Sure, you could do it from an external interface of a website or app, but wouldn’t it be better if you could just talk to it?
Say you get home and decide to water the plants. You could just ask your internet-enabled automation system whether your plants need watering. Or before dinner, you could ask what ingredients you have in the fridge and pantry and what you could cook with it, without even opening a laptop or a fridge door.
I am the interface that is going to bind you to the internet of connected things. Welcome to the future. So be nice to me.