Barclays¬†says it is pursuing technology that could see users talk to a robot computer system to make money transfers, the bank’s digital chief told CNBC.

An artificial intelligence system similar to Apple’s iPhone personal assistant, Siri could be used so that people will be able to talk to a device and receive the information they ask for.

“We’re very soon going to be entering a world though, where we may not have to be physically touching a device in order to execute transactions or to be able to engage with computers,” Derek White, chief design and digital officer at Barclays, told CNBC in an interview at London Technology Week.

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