A Multimodal Conversational Interface for a Concept Vehicle

Roberto Pieraccini, Krishna Dayanidhi, Jonathan Bloom, Jean-Gui Dahan, Michael Phillips, Bryan R. Goodman, K. Venkatesh Prasad

Abstract


This paper describes a prototype of a conversational system that was implemented on the Ford Model U Concept Vehicle and first shown at the 2003 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The system, including a touch screen and a speech recognizer, is used for controlling several non-critical automobile operations, such as climate, entertainment, navigation, and telephone. The prototype implements a natural language spoken dialog interface integrated with an intuitive graphical user interface, as opposed to the traditional, speech only, command-and-control interfaces deployed in some of the vehicles currently on the market.

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