Funded by DARPA and SRI International, computer scientists Adam Cheyer, Dag Kittlaus and Tom Gruber are working to bring advanced artificial intelligence to mobile devices. Their invention is Siri, a personal, intelligent assistant on the iPhone that allows users to make verbal requests that Siri will process and then act upon, like scheduling appointments, buying movie tickets, and making dinner reservations.
Military-grade artificial intelligence now on the iPhone
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Funded by DARPA and SRI International, computer scientists Adam Cheyer, Dag Kittlaus and Tom Gruber are working to bring advanced artificial intellig...
Mar 17, 2010
Am I missing something here? This is really devilish. But we'll have to get used to it. Virtual reality helmets hooked to our cell phones are just around the corner,kral oyun
This seems like a risky weather modification possibility...Creating even a small change in the natural convection of the earths temperature via oceans currents drastically affects life over the whole planet.. I would think a filter half way between the earth and sun could be controlled in the summer period to tweakpower balancethe heat absorption.. a disk rotating at a rate of 1 cycle every two years, with a controlled variable diameter to increase or lessen the heating effect..
This is pretty cool, I like that the system can learn from your previous choices, but it also seems somewhat lazy. Also, I am wary of the voice detection- the one on my driod is not very accurate and I could see myself getting frustrated. Moreover, imagine how bad a "butt dial" could go with Siri ie.) you accidentally buy 15 movie tickets--then you will be searching for debt relief solutions? lol.
This sounds really cool in theory, but I question how effective it is in application. I would fear the Siri misreading me and scheduling something I didn't want to do. I guess I'll just have to learn to speak very clearly. This technology is the definition of interactive intelligence.
What a letdown. In the interview, he states "...for the iPhone and other Smartphones", but when I go to their website, I find that they have sold out completely to Apple, so the chance of ever getting to use this fantastic technology on my Android (or any MS or Palm or other Smartphone) is next to nil. What a waste. What a sellout!
I respect the work and the dedication to do this, but just think, 5 years and maybe millions of dollars, the larget AI project in US history, just to make it easier for me to choose a restaurant and a movie for me and my wife, which I can do anyway, and she doesn't even get a chance to give her own opinion! Am I missing something here? This is really devilish. But we'll have to get used to it. Virtual reality helmets hooked to our cell phones are just around the corner, too.