Earlier this week, I blogged about our new VerbCorner project. At the end, I promised that there would be more info forthcoming about why we are doing this project, about its aims and expected outcomes, why it's necessary, etc. Here's the first installment in that series.
Computers and language
I just dictated the following note to Siri
Many of our best computer systems treat words as essentially meaningless symbols that need to be moved around.
Here's what she wrote
Many of our best
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Podcaster: Nicole Gugliucci & Jake Noel-Storr Title : Learning Space talk about Family Science Organization: CosmoQuest Link : http://insight.rit.edu/ You can watch the video in: http://youtu.be/uk0UbO53OCQ Description: How to engage your family into science? “The Insight Lab at the Rochester Institute of Technology’s Center for Imaging Science involves the University, Students, and Faculty in developing, delivering, evaluating and researching cutting edge science education and […]