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Darpa Looks to Build Real-Life C3P0

February 16th, 2010 02:31 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Right now, troops trying to listen in on enemy chatter rely on a convoluted process, prone to garbled words and missed phrases. What soldiers really need is a machine that can pick out voices from the noise, understand and translate all kinds of different languages, and then identify the voice from a hit list of “wanted speakers.” A real-life version of Star Wars’ protocol droid C3PO, in other words.

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