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  • Thank you for this. The PowerPoint presentation was very interesting even in the absence of a presenter.

    On your point about computers’ difficulties with language, you might enjoy a browse here; it’s an online archive of HAL’s Legacy, a book I read quite a few years ago containing essays on the technical aspects of AI, including speech recognition and understanding. Inevitably it has dated, but it remains interesting.

  • I thought that the RED WORDS were words that are used most often when humans speak. I don’t recall using IBM and Google Fight the last time I told my husband that I loved him.

  • There dosn’t seems a lot to be done since Fillmor’s Case for Case. Comparable. .Collocations and somethng opposite that`s what I`m interested in. Havn’t run across anything of the sort. Am I right?