Cerebras’ Tech Trains “Brain-Scale” AIs

Lately, we’ve been considering how we could improve AI voice assistants such as Alexa and Siri, which many people now use as everyday aides. We anticipate that they’ll soon be deployed in cars, hospitals, stores, schools, and more, where they’ll enable more personalized and meaningful interactions with technology. But to achieve their potential, such voice assistants will require a major boost from the field of
affective computing. That term, coined by MIT professor Rosalind W. Picard in a 1997 book by the same name, refers to technology that can sense, understand, and even simulate human emotions. Voice assistants that

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