Voice recorders are nothing new. Whether in the form of cassette recorders, or mobile apps that create text from speech.
Until now such technology was always programmed using mouse and keyboard. But in future coding could occur through voice.
Two founders, each no longer able to type, have developed apps that facilitate voice coding. The first uses natural speech input which can be converted into code through machine learning.
The second relies on a specific language that must be learned and, to the uninitiated, might sound somewhat cryptic.
Additionally, eye movements are interpreted as cursor movements, while clicking your tongue substitutes a mouse. Both methods, however, make for a more inclusive industry.
And that should be applauded.