Maccast 2012.06.03 – Siri’s Past

Written by: Adam Christianson

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A podcast about all things Macintosh. For Mac geeks, by Mac geeks. Show 398. We are lucky at the Maccast because we have an amazing community that can contribute some great history and insight into the evolution of technology and Apple products. This week share an interview I had with Nat Bletter (Madre Chocolate) who was at the Standford Research Institute (SRI) in the early days before the spun off Nuance and the technology for Siri. We talk about a number of interesting technologies like Virtual Reality, voice recognition, natural language parsing, and augmented reality. How these technologies started, evolved, an eventually found their ways into are Apple gear. It’s an interesting journey.

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