Tag: artificial intelligence

Part 5: The Robot Spoke—and Said, “Here’s What I’m Thinking….”

Not to be crass about it, but are we even interested in what robots have to say? Once you’ve gotten a laugh out of hearing the robotic Siri say, “I can’t be your designated driver,” what’s left? Isn’t Siri kind of a killjoy, a shoddy electronic wash-out? Sure, we’ve spent the last four articles building up to a future of brilliant talking robots. But what can we realistically expect from our artificially intelligent friends?

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The Robot Spoke—And Sounded Smarter Than Ever (Part 3) – An Article by Dr. Patrice Caire

In the previous articles in this series, we discovered how machines learned to listen, learned to see, and even learned to speak (a bit). Progress was being made on all fronts—from greater computing power, to better data-processing, to fancier algorithms. But fluidly conversing with humans was still a pipe dream. That would soon evolve: the 2010s would prove to be a gamechanger.

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