a computer, as a personal digital assistant, having pattern-recognition software enabling it to read handwritten text or drawings input on the screen by means of a stylus.
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Can computers understand online conversations?
New software being developed at Oxford University may be able to instantly measure the emotions and reactions of large populations by evaluating the words we use on the internet. Investors seem to think this idea will pay off. So, why do we care? Well, this software, called TheySay, uses something called corpora linguistics, which basically means taking a whole bunch of text (whether Dickens’ novels …
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