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Speaking of the future

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 - 01:55

Nov. 16 - Researchers are finding new ways to use innovative speech technology in every day lives. Bobbi Rebell reports.

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Yeah. Reality. Imagine using your mobile phone to tell your television what they did show you want to watch and outcome the choices. Or perhaps get an instant translation into multiple languages are watching newscasts. Those and other research prototypes -- on display at the eighteenth -- beyond the park -- showcase in New York City. Amazing Gilbert is the executive director of. AT&T research but he are speaking texting gesturing. Its -- waste all of us to be able to allow you to interact with with the device is more naturally. But the information he wants. Any time anywhere. And that's sort of the future that we received towards. Another potential innovation speech enabled social TV which -- television and Twitter finding -- relevant tweets to the show at a time. It now sees his voice commands for Clinton denounced -- to -- out other viewers feel about the -- in real time. Well a lot of the technology is not all that -- it's a new applications all the technology that could finally get consumers talking cat and bird and at EB I research. X technology used I think we'll be infections I think people what's the fine. Real use cases we've known him. As they continue to use. And what they do continue to use of the kind of a really difficult time going back to their -- to the traditional ways but interacting with their technology. Everything -- -- about the future there are some things add up for example there's an app for iPhone and iPad health before. It thinks is like yellow pages that combines jester and place. To finally you're looking for so here's that you do have an iPad you click on the microphone. Italian restaurants. Circle you're looking for and have to have your results. Timers report about your belt in New York.

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Speaking of the future

Tuesday, November 16, 2010 - 01:55