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personal assistant

An unlicensed assistant in a real estate office who may work under the supervision of a licensed broker or agent, but who is prohibited from doing anything that specifically requires a license under applicable state law.

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S Voice, Samsung's advanced natural language recognition software, means your voice can be used to unlock the phone with simple customised commands.
(Yes, so-called natural language exists, but until we have natural language understanding to back up our natural language recognition, this will always be a brute-force and time-consuming method that isn't always financially feasible.) For grammar-based systems, we need to teach the user what to say and how to say it.
To meet the growing demands of these markets, Philips has partnered with proven technology and integration leaders, each of which will offer state-of-the-art, speech enabled systems for telecom services and business applications, based on Philips' SpeechPearl and SpeechMania natural language recognition platforms.

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