Has recently, the Dutch radio station, NH and a Radio, a robot, in order for the news to be read at times when people are available. Nachtnieuwslezer, Chris Van den Abbeele is in the Radio 1 program “The World Today” is not a fan of this experiment. According to him, it is the only argument in favour of such a robot is that he doesn’t fall asleep. This is what happened to himself, he reportedly did at one time. The text of a news broadcast to be transcribed by a human being, but it can be read by the robot. According to Van den Abeele you hear a clear voice that it is not a real person, is that the messages are read. “Nachtnieuws will not only inform people,” said Van den Abeele. “You have a friend in the night from the audience. You have the feeling that you are a human being.”
According to the researcher, Karim Dahdah VRT’s Innovation, there are two important points to to to. According to him, the focus of most research in English or other major languages. For smaller languages, such as English, would the technology still is not as good at the position. A second issue is the context of the story. “A robot can read a story in the same tone, without any emotion,” said both Karim Dahdah Chris Van den Abbeele. “An algorithm that can, to a certain extent, however, to determine what is important and less important information, but in order to have a complex story in a clear language, to explain it, you have it,” says Van den Abeele.