Cognitive Informatics : The Future of Spoken Language Processing ?

@inproceedings{Moore2005CognitiveI,
  title={Cognitive Informatics : The Future of Spoken Language Processing ?},
  author={Roger K. Moore},
  year={2005}
}
There is no doubt that the past 50 years have seen spectacular progress in our scientific understanding of how human beings use and process spoken language, as well as in our technical ability to mimic such behaviour in practical computer-based systems. However, despite these impressive achievements, we still have a long way to go before these two areas of knowledge and discovery converge on a coherent ‘theory’ of spoken language processing; a theory that could serve to both explain the… CONTINUE READING

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