General Linguistic Communicator
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- They can (typically) have a Personal Vocabulary (and its associated Personal Lexicon).
- They can (typically) perform Linguistic Acts (such as a listening act, a speech act, a reading act, a writing act).
- They can process one or more Natural Languages.
- They can range from (typically) being a Speaker to being a Writer, based on their language generation ability (to create linguistic utterances).
- They can range from (typically) being a Listener to being a Reader, based on their language comprehension ability to Understand utterances).
- They can range from (typically) being a Human Linguistic Agent to being a Mechanical Linguistic Agent.
- See: Author, Document, Verbal Fluency Measure.
- QUOTE: “In an AI-first world, interactions become even more seamless and natural,” Pichai explains. “So, with voice, you can speak to things, and we are working on Google Lens, so your computer can see things the way you see them.”