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Chris Messina: Bots are teaching computers how we talk

If you’re of a certain age, then it’s likely that the first time you communicated with a computer was by typing very simple commands, a specific keyword, or a one word search query.  And if you talked to a computer, you spoke very slowly, carefully enunciating each mono-syllabic word as loud as you could — the voice […]
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