If something has a solution... Why do we have to worry about?. If it has no solution... For what reason do we have to worry about?
Help me to understand what I'm saying, and I'll explain it better to you
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I have heard claimed that first time Microsoft made a public demo of their voice recognition software, back in the old DOS days (or at least in a command window - command line input is more suitable for voice recognition than GUI input!), the presenter booted up the machine before the audience. Then one guy in the audience rose up and said in a clear voice "Format c colon", and another one stood up to answer the confirmation question with a "Yes". And it worked.
This little prank may have been arranged by Microsoft themselves.
Or it may be an urban myth.
If it isn't true, it sure is a d*** good lie
(If anyone can positively confirm that the story is true, please tell us! If you know for sure that it is not, don't tell, but let us have the joy of knowing that it possibly might be true...)
No worries about Cortana. It never seems to hear me.
Can't get any sense out of Google's effort.
Siri makes me laugh sometimes because it gets everything wrong.
Alexa is switched off most of the time because my wife is scared of it.
My old Nokia N95 still lets me call people by talking to it. That's brilliant!
We're philosophical about power outages here. A.C. come, A.C. go.
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