We live in the age of the API. Most solutions have an open API (Application Programming Interface – Just in case you don’t remember what it stands for), to communicate with them.
APIs allow software to communicate among each other, making it possible for organizations to address their specific needs through customized solutions, created from off-the-shelf products. For individuals, this is how your Alexa talks to your Spotify app, or your TV, or even your Smart gadgets.
But there are still many things that don’t have an API. What if your Calendar App could call you an Uber? Or book you a flight and a hotel?
Once everything becomes connected, then everything will be. It will be possible to “call” anything, and the complexity of forever nested solutions becomes unimaginable.