On the open spaces of the Apple Store and Google Play, there is a whole bunch of different keyboards with an “unprecedented level of ergonomics”, “cool features to ensure comfortable operation” and other whistles. But the truth is that, despite all these tricks, the keyboard always stays with the invented QWERTY layout a couple of centuries ago. She is no doubt comfortable. But it is quite possible to improve, as researchers from the Korean Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) tried to do. They managed to create a special interface that puts the keyboard literally at your fingertips.
The short answer is no way. Yes, the I-Keyboard (which is what development is called) is invisible, which maximizes the usable space on the screens on mobile devices. Users can view the contents of the application in full screen mode and type at the same time. Moreover, I-Keyboard does not have a predefined layout, shape or size of keys. Users can start typing anywhere from any angle and the I-Keyboard will perfectly understand what is required of it.
According to the authors, I-Keyboard works on the basis of a predictive artificial intelligence algorithm. That is, in simple terms, the AI algorithm tries to predict what you want to type and "adjusts" the keyboard for you in a special way.