If you’re reading this, chances are you’ve been typing a bit on the internet, or typing with your fingers, for some time.
But now there’s an app for that.
Thing is, it can’t read your typing habits or give you the hint.
Its app uses machine learning to tell you what you’re typing and when.
The app uses a special type of neural network to make a prediction of what you will type and what you might type.
This prediction can then be fed back into a language or dictionary, helping to teach the computer to do a better job of interpreting your typing.
“There are so many words that you never think about, so it’s a huge time saving,” says Matthew Lee, an assistant professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign who has been working on the project for more than two years.
The AI-powered typing app will be released in the coming months, and is already available on the App Store.
It uses the latest AI-based technologies to improve the typing accuracy of the app.
Tired of typing with a mouse?
The app also comes with a keyboard for you to type on.
Trying to remember how to type?
The typing app uses natural language processing, which can recognize patterns and can predict your future habits.
“We’re not trying to teach you a specific language,” Lee says.
“We’re trying to train an AI to be smarter than you, which is a very exciting thing.”
There are many applications for this technology, Lee says, including improving our understanding of speech and language.
“The problem with language is, people tend to have a bias in the way they type,” Lee explains.
“You get a bias because you’ve had a language in your head for so long.”
The app will also teach the AI to recognize when you’re being repetitive, which it can then use to improve your typing ability.
“If you’re doing a sentence for 10,000 words, it’s not going to learn very well,” Lee adds.
“It will pick up things like the word ‘you’ when you start a sentence, and it’s going to pick up words like ‘the’ when it sees that word.
That’s a signal that the AI has learned something.
And so it is trying to improve that by giving you better ways of doing things.”
Thing with a ‘language’Like other AI-driven software, the app will teach you words as you type, but it will also use a language model that it learns to use.
“For example, if I type a word, it’ll pick out what the word is associated with and say, ‘oh, this word is a word that’s associated with the word you’re using,’ and it’ll go into a word association mode,” Lee notes.
“And that means that it can tell the machine, ‘Okay, what is this word that you’re trying and trying to remember, and this is what it says.'”
This allows the AI-learning process to be really deep, because it knows how to use the system and how to build things, like language models, on top of the system.
“The machine learning technology can also help with learning new words.”
Tapping the keyboardTapping on the keyboard is just the beginning of the typing app’s power. “
So that means it can help a machine learn words that it never thought of before.”
Tapping the keyboardTapping on the keyboard is just the beginning of the typing app’s power.
The app will automatically give you a word-recognition prompt whenever you type a new word, which you can tap on and see if it recognizes it.
“In fact, if you type ‘I’m sorry,’ and you tap on the word, that’s going directly into the word recognition,” Lee said.
“When you say that word, the AI is going to give you another word, and then it’s actually going to look at what you said and see what’s the meaning of the word.”
“You can have the word recognized, you can have it spoken, you could type the word and it will recognize it.
So that’s kind of what’s really cool about it,” Lee continued.
“There’s so many other words you can type that you don’t even know you’ve typed before.”
The AI is also able to give a specific meaning to each word.
For example, the word “mama” means ‘mother’ and ‘dad,’ and if you’re a child and you type “mamma,” the AI will know you’re talking about your mother.
“So when I type ‘mam’ and I want to say, “mamas,” it’s kind that it will know that you are talking about mom,” Lee explained.
“It will give me a specific word