Do you think that the GTD approach of capture first, organise later makes handwriting recognition less important? In some ways it may even help demarcate the two types of thinking as you can scribble at the speed of thought, then calmly type it up during organise.
Yes - I think separating the capture from process makes a big difference. To be honest, using a keyboard to type notes in the meeting works as well for capture, but I find it gives a different feel to the meeting. Many people are more comfortable if I am 'writing' notes, rather than typing exactly the same notes. Handwriting recognition on OneNote is really good, so it reduces the time taken to 'convert' to text, allowing more time to process and pull out action points.