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Divergent Views on Communicating with Machines During Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2012


CES is a show focused on near-term product releases… those that will be launched later this year, in time for Christmas, and into next year. Throughout CES, almost all of the consumer products were demonstrating smarter products – smarter in the sense that they are connected to the Internet or a local net and have sensors or artificial intelligence that gather and process data and make decisions based on that information… all to add value to the product by providing convenience or entertainment to the buyer. In summary, it was easy to see that at CES 2012 the path to the next level of "smart" products is through the use of better communication with those products - gesture and voice recognition, and natural language, to command and control them – just like Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible.

Jan 23, 2012 12:00 AM

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