From: Reason (email@example.com)
Date: Wed Jul 31 2002 - 16:23:17 MDT
You guys should chat to SmartTrust (www.smarttrust.com) if you want to go
anywhere in mobile. Five years from now, most people will still be using
phase2+ devices. SmartTrust's system allows pretty much WAP on non-WAP
phones using SMS as a data carrier. They're installed in some ungodly number
of carriers worldwide, expanding rapidly, and are actively looking to
populate their partner program.
Better still, chat to us, since we have an established relationship with
SmartTrust. (Us being www.vipmobile.com, community and subnet publishing
software on low-end handsets). Feel free to drop me a line at
> -----Original Message-----
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf
> Of Alexander E. Richter
> Sent: Wednesday, July 31, 2002 1:37 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: RE: Future shock and cellphones
> At 13:55 31.07.02 -0600, you wrote:
> >What company do you work for, Alex?
> http://parsimony.net (most texts in german)
> >This is a market I have thought about before, in terms of the
> >of AI to it.
> >Narrow AI technologies such as information filtering and document summary
> >are going to be very important to the commoditization of advanced mobile
> >phone services.
> Right. But there is no easy way do go directly to ai mobile phone
> We'll planing 6 steps:
> 1. Chat on internet
> 2. Chat with bot on internet
> 3. Chat with bot by wap on internet (expensive for user)
> 4. Chat with bot by tts on internet
> 5. Chat with bot by voice-input and tts on internet
> 6. Chat with bot by mobile phone
> Because the user invested hundreds of hours in step 5, the recognition
> rate is much higher than in speaker-independ systems. No great investments
> on our site.
> btw, its more evolution than revolution.
> cu Alex
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