Title

33. An Examination of Natural Language Processing as an Alternative to Traditional UI’s for User Interaction with Applications

Faculty Mentor(s)

Dr. Bryson Payne

Campus

Dahlonega

Proposal Type

Presentation - completed/ongoing

Subject Area

Computer Science/GIS

Location

Library Technology Center 3rd Floor Common Area

Start Date

24-3-2017 12:45 PM

End Date

24-3-2017 2:00 PM

Description/Abstract

This paper analyzes how Amazon Alexa will interact with open source chess engine, Sunfish, to navigate with multiple agents in a fully observable, deterministic environment that is sequential, discrete, and semi-dynamic using natural language processing. Performance will be measured in the accuracy that Amazon Alexa interprets the commands. With the information obtained, inferences can be made on more complicated issues, such as how well a drone would navigate through an area with commands given by a person through voice recognition software. A conclusion will help determine the usefulness of the application of software, such as Amazon Alexa, in situations such as with drones, as well as examining challenges that may occur.

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33. An Examination of Natural Language Processing as an Alternative to Traditional UI’s for User Interaction with Applications

Library Technology Center 3rd Floor Common Area

This paper analyzes how Amazon Alexa will interact with open source chess engine, Sunfish, to navigate with multiple agents in a fully observable, deterministic environment that is sequential, discrete, and semi-dynamic using natural language processing. Performance will be measured in the accuracy that Amazon Alexa interprets the commands. With the information obtained, inferences can be made on more complicated issues, such as how well a drone would navigate through an area with commands given by a person through voice recognition software. A conclusion will help determine the usefulness of the application of software, such as Amazon Alexa, in situations such as with drones, as well as examining challenges that may occur.