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CJRhoads
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CJRhoads,
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6/14/2012 | 1:29:00 PM
re: Siri Fixes: What We Want From Apple WWDC
Great article, Jonathan. And I agree with you - the natural language processing barrier is a minor issue in the face of technological and architectural barriers. Siri and other systems can be very useful if they just worked a higher percentage of the time.
CJ Rhoads
Associate Professor, College of Business
Kutztown University

P.S. And just to clarify the record, I studied in an artifical intelligence lab in 1989-1990, I did not work there. I was a graduate student at Lehigh University completing my Ed.D. (Doctor of Education in Educational Technology). I do not have a Ph.D (Doctor of Philosophy). My dissertation was on an artificial intelligence topic, (Knowledge Engineering) so some of my dissertation committee members were from the AI lab. However, none of these details are important to your main points, I just wanted to set the record straight for total accuracy.
Aden11
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6/8/2012 | 7:06:18 PM
re: Siri Fixes: What We Want From Apple WWDC
I am an iPhone user since 2008. I have iPhone 4 and my wife has iPhone 4S. Based on my experience and usage I really don't care much about Siri. Most of the people I know have iPhone 4S and honestly no body really cares about Siri. It is nice to have it but it is not a deal breaker. I would like to see improvements and enhancements in multi-tasking feature which is more useful for average user like me a 'millions' of others.


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