Natural language processing
Despite the apparent lack of effect, people frequently talk to their machines. To replace such fruitless monologs with productive dialogs is probably the most important and most ambitious goal of artificial intelligence. Since nearly all of man’s intellectual activities involve language, a full mechanical language processing capability would seem to imply competence in most aspects of human intelligence.
KeywordsNatural Language Natural Language Processing Semantic Network Parse Tree Primitive Action
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