1. Indexer for planner notes
Just realized that planner-search-notes with a match-all will do perfectly well.
I don't have to do this yet, then. =)
Just realized that planner-search-notes with a match-all will do perfectly well. I don't have to do this yet, then. =)
|B0||C||Write an indexer for planner notes (2004.06.01)|
Speech-based implicit queries for conversational support
A wearable computer can assist human-human interaction by monitoring keywords in the conversation and suggesting relevant information, which will be presented in the background (visual, monophonic audio, spatially-located audio). A limited-vocabulary speaker-dependent engine recognizes names and keywords associated with personal information management while the user talks to other people.
(When would people want to use something like this? Who would use this? You can use this when you run into friends you hadn't seen in a while, but ungeek girls probably aren't the market for this device yet.)
Phase 1: Keyword recognition and menu navigation
Keywords for information retrieval Testing
Phase 2: Information aggregation
Finding related material
Phase 3: Named entity disambiguation
- Offline large-vocabulary speech recognition for transcription of recorded audio stream
- Remembrance Agent: implicit queries using word vectors on indexed data
- Dashboard: real-time data aggregation based on clues
- CMU Sphinx: limited-vocabulary speech recognition
- Forget-me-not: episodic memory
Rapidly browse a list of faces and names in order to find out who you're talking to. Keyword-search, name-fragment search (keypad, letters) (Also: audio notes, links to more information.)
Good for teachers. <laugh>
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