Will Google use Wave's contextual spell checker in Android?


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  1. detroid

    detroid Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Anyone who watched the 1hr 20 min long Wave Demo like I did was probably super excited about the possibilities that come with this new Google tool. I was especially impressed with the contextual spell checker (they call it natural language processing) built into it.

    If/when they incorporate this into Android it will be incredible.

    YouTube - Google Wave: Natural Language Processing
     

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  2. detroid

    detroid Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I'm the only one excited about this?
     
  3. gnur

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    Don't think they will do that. The contextual text check relies on a huge databases of written language. Google wave does post-requests for every keystroke you type that don't take up a lot of bandwith (your phone has enough bandwith probably) but it does depend on multipe requests and with a mobile phone connection the latency wouldn't make it as incredible as you might think. It could however do it once before sending. Suggesting something better :)
     
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    detroid Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    That's a good point!
     

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