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As people increasingly communicate via asynchronous non-spoken modes on mobile devices, particularly text messaging (e.g., SMS), longstanding assumptions and practices of social measurement via telephone survey interviewing are being challenged. In the study reported here, 634 people who had agreed to participate in an interview on their iPhone were(More)
We explore the plausibility of using automated spoken dialog systems (SDS) for administering survey interviews. Because the goals of a survey dialog system differ from more traditional information-seeking and transactional applications, different measures of task accuracy and success may be warranted. We report a large-scale experimental evaluation of an(More)
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