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From: john brookes <speechexpert@hotmail.com>
Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2002 19:38:42 -0500 (EST)
To: www-voice@w3.org
Message-ID: <F210qAKO2n4WNviTGZa00016afe@hotmail.com>
At risk of being off-topic, we represent owners of a patent for doing 
personalization of speech recognition on the web. Actually, there are two 
patents. The first includes personalization of the caller by storing and 
retrieving specific information at a URL location. The second deals with 
speaker verification. It is for sale.

If nothing else, the relevance to this group is that it privatizes certain 
dimensions of a public web plus telephony plus ASR contemplated here. I 
would need to read more about the RFC (or preliminary docs) for this group. 
Would a kind soul point me to the documents?

Finally, apolgies for the (part) commercial nature of this post.
John Brookes

>From: Jon Baer <jonbaer@digitalanywhere.com>
>To: www-voice@w3.org
>Subject: Re: Misuse of W3C public discussion lists
>Date: Wed, 09 Jan 2002 17:55:01 -0500
>
>Dave Raggett wrote:
>
> > I am the W3C staff contact for work on voice and would like to
> > remind folks that this is a W3C list for public discussion of W3C's
> > work on voice. If you have product queries, you should contact the
> > the vendors.
>
>I'd like to discuss more about the W3C specs (more specifically the
>semantic interpretation work) and it's relation to chatbots and AIML but
>everytime I post something I'd get like 20-30 auto replies about X not
>being in office Y so call Z if you have any questions.  Is there
>*anyone* to avoid this?  It's the only mailing list that Im on that does
>this.
>
>Im guessing the problem stems from the fact that the Reply-To is
>misconfigured for this list.
>
>- Jon
>


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