Owain Taggart wrote:
And that's just it, though. In a perfect world, everyone would enunciate perfectly, but this is a system that's been touted as being able to understand natural speech. Anything else is just awkward and kind of defeats the purpose of its usefulness.
Getting people to stop slurring their words and to speak and enunciate properly is a bad thing now?
What I'm reading is "Using the program properly defeats the purpose of having it" which is kind of a strange stance to take.