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An ongoing email correspondence. See threaded email.
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Lu said Huawei will be launching its own voice assistant (only in Chinese, for now) that can take commands conversationally. Over time, Lu said Huawei's AI will be able to make using smartphones more natural.
Embracing the spirit of "geddam" -- a colloquial Saudi word, literally meaning "in front", or conversationally, to "go for it" - Ford hopes to inspire women in the kingdom to take on their journey.
As Professor Bickel would describe it, a process where constitutional principles evolve conversationally and are not perfected unilaterally.
Today we happily interact conversationally with devices in our homes to tell them what we want to buy or need to know, and biometrics are increasingly a part of everyday life; whilst much of the highly skilled manual and intellectual office work that we have historically based our education systems on is being replaced by computerised precision machinery, artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic process automation (RPA).
Today we happily interact conversationally with devices in our homes to tell them what we want to buy or need to know and biometrics are increasingly a part of everyday life; whilst much of the highly skilled manual and intellectual office work that we have historically based our education systems on is being replaced by computerised precision machinery, artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic process automation (RPA).
Although she stretches the term mail-order bride beyond its modern meaning and defends these marriages with less-than-reliable data, her well-researched, densely referenced, and conversationally written book will prove edifying and entertaining to anyone interested in North American or women's history, or in understanding the modern mail-order bride industry against a richly detailed historical backdrop.
However, if representatives speak conversationally and resolve callers' problems without transferring them, callers have no reason to believe they're talking to an employee of a voice services company.
The women chosen are eclectic, while the narrative is researched and informed yet conversationally welcoming.
What Pichai has in mind is to let people engage computers conversationally to a much larger extent than seen before, have software anticipate our needs and let smartphone cameras recognize what they see and provide information about various objects immediately.
Although it reads conversationally, the depth of information assumes that the reader has a baseline knowledge of American space exploration.
Bryson cleverly and conversationally looks at the rise, rule and restructuring of the English language, including all its peculiarities, pre-cursors and problems.
Calmly and conversationally, McShane explained the process of a jury trial to Norwood and spoke to Norwood about his background to gauge whether the man was capable of understanding and making a plea agreement.

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