Cog Psychology- Illusionist Only *PLEASE* - 72805

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Imagine being hired by a team of psychologists to help develop an artificial intelligence, fully-interactive, voice-sensitive psychotherapy hotline. Not only could the computer-based “psychologist” help people 24 hours a day and 365 days a year, it could quickly direct people in crises to specifically trained psychologists in their geographical region.

In the above context, use the information presented in this week's readings address the following:

  • Identify and define the various components of spoken language.
  • Discuss the components of speech that would be the most difficult to program and subsequently interpret. Explain why.
  • What aspects of speech do you feel people pay the most attention to? That is, is much of our subjective interpretation of meaning based on understanding exactly what the person said or how the person said it?
  • How effectively could a computer evaluate this difference? Would a computer have difficulty with the more complex aspects of speech, that is, speech components that create mood or tone? Why?

INSTRUCTOR NOTES

I’m sure that all of you have had some interesting experiences dealing with “so called” artificial computer intelligence programs when calling many help desks or making reservations. Keep your experience of this in mind while developing your artificial intelligence hotline and be sure to address each of the issues noted in the discussion question.

 

While the lecture covers these topics quite thoroughly, the text also provides additional information that you will find useful. Pay particular attention to the prosodic issues.

 

  • Identify and define the various components of spoken language.
  • Discuss the components of speech that would be the most difficult to program and subsequently interpret. Explain why.
  • What aspects of speech do you feel people pay the most attention to? That is, do we tend to base our interpretation of meaning based on understanding exactly what the person said or how the person said it?
  • How effectively could a computer evaluate this difference? Would a computer have difficulty with the more complex aspects of speech such as those components that set mood or tone? 

 

 Check out this link, I think that you will enjoy it:
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dkhy6FUVV04
 

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