Editors Amy Neustein and Judith A. Markowitz have recruited a talented group of contributors to introduce the next generation of natural language technologies to resolve some of the most vexing natural-language problems that compromise the performance of speech systems today. This fourteen-chapter anthology consists of contributions from industry scientists and from academicians working at major universities in North America and Europe. They include researchers who have played a central role in DARPA-funded programs and developers who craft real-world solutions for corporations. This anthology is aimed at speech engineers, system developers, computer scientists, AI researchers, and others interested in utilizing natural-language technology in both spoken and text-based applications.At the moment, TALES captures Chinese-, Arabic-, Spanish-, and Englishlanguage news programs from DishNetwork based ... The scheduling feature is compatible with any video receiver that has an infrared remote control, so the content provider is not limited to DishNetwork. ... of 2-min clips; clicking on link a6a of any particular show, for example, would start playing the program at 6 min into the show, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Where Humans Meet Machines|
|Author||:||Amy Neustein, Judith A. Markowitz|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-06-22|