Chan Chung Hang Christopher
christopher.chan at bradbury.edu.hk
Sun Dec 28 13:07:29 GMT 2008
> Artificial Intelligence seems to have died on the pad; speech
> recognition too. For the last 20 years or so, it's all been around the
> desktop metaphor. How long until we start on something more? Where does
> Linux fit into this evolution?
We cannot even fully understand how the brain works let alone how the
mind exists and you want to talk about artificial INTELLIGENCE?
Speech recognition has reached a fair level if you ask me but I suppose
you are talking about INTELLIGENT processing of speech by
computers...well, that is not going to happen. The most one can expect
is speech triggers.
Why would a kernel have anything to do with this stuff? It is more how
will GNOME/KDE/GNU/more complete environment make use of such new
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