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New Meetup: Why can't I talk to my computer?

From: Rob
Sent on: Friday, January 15, 2010 8:27 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for New York Artificial Intelligence Forum!

What: Why can't I talk to my computer?

When: Saturday, February 13,[masked]:00 PM

Private Residence
Saint Marks Place
New York, NY 10001

Well, OK, you can certainly talk to your computer. But does it talk back? Can it hold a conversation? We seem to be behind schedule here. Why this is and how to correct it is the topic for this AI Forum Meetup.

This is a research Meetup. If you RSVP 'Yes', you should take 2 hours out of your busy day and be prepared to speak for a few minutes on a topic.

Suggested Topics:

Open-Source Speech Recognition (Sphinx, etc...)
Commercial Speech Recognition
Transcription Services (computer and human)
The practicality of the actor-interaction network in The Diamond Age
Talking Robotic Cats
Contextual Understanding

Extra credit if you can also explain why I don't have a flying car...

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