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2018年06月25日 10:17:21 | 作者:网上新闻 | 来源:新华社
The B iPlayer enables viewers to watch their favourite shows on their computersOne of the founding fathers of the internet has predicted the end of traditional television.Vint Cerf, who helped to build the internet while working as a researcher in America, said that television was approaching its "iPod moment"In the same way that people now download their favourite music onto their iPod, he said that viewers would soon be downloading most of favourite programmes onto their computers."85 per cent of all we watch is pre-recorded, so you can set your system to download it all the time," said Mr Cerf, who is now the vice-president of the Google, the world's largest search engine."You're still going to need live television for certain things - like news, sporting events and emergencies - but increasingly it is going to be almost like the iPod, where you download content to look at later."Although television on demand has not yet become a mainstream activity in the UK, the B, ITV and Channel 4 have all invested vast sums of money in technology which enables viewers to watch their favourite shows on their computers.But some critics, including some internet service providers, have warned that the internet will collapse under the strain of millions of people downloading programmes at the same time.Over the next four years, it is thought that the number of s watched over the internet will quadruple, with people moving from short clips to hour-long programmes.Broadband companies claim that the service will cause "traffic jams", which will cost millions of pounds to sort out .But Mr Cerf dismissed the warnings as "scare tactics", saying that critics had predicted 20 years ago that the net would collapse when people all around the world started to use it en masse."In the intervening 30 years it's increased a million times... We're far from exhausting the capacity," he said. "It's an understandable worry when they see huge amounts of information being moved around online."Setting out his vision for the future of the internet, he said he wanted it to reach as many people as possible."I want more internet," he said. "I want every one of the six billion people on the planet to be able to connect to the internet." 一位“互联网之父”日前预言:传统的电视时代将结束。温特#8226;瑟夫曾是美国一名研究人员,曾参与过互联网的创建。他说,电视正走向iPod时代。他说,与现在人们将喜欢的音乐下载到iPod里一样,电视观众们很快就能将他们喜欢的大多数电视节目下载到电脑中去了。现任全球最大的搜索引擎公司Google副总裁的瑟夫先生说:“我们观看的85%的视频都是预先录制的,所以可以随时下载。”“尽管人们仍需要新闻、体育比赛和紧急事件等的现场直播,但‘iPod模式’将日益兴起,人们可以把节目下载到里面供以后观看。”尽管电视在线点播在英国仍未成为一种主流模式,但B、ITV和Channel 4已投入大量资金研发能让观众在电脑上看他们喜爱的电视节目的技术。但包括一些互联网务提供商在内的一些批评人士警告说,如果几百万人在同一时间下载节目,互联网会因无法承受压力而崩溃。据预测,在未来四年中,互联网上的视频数量将翻两番,人们所能观看的视频也将从现在的短片“升级”为长达一小时的节目。宽带公司称,这一务会导致“网络交通堵塞”,而“疏通”成本则会达到几百万英镑。瑟夫对这一“恐吓战术”的说法进行了反驳,他说,批评人士20年前预测,如果全世界的人同时上网,互联网会崩溃。他说:“在过去三十年中,互联网的容量增加了一百万倍,我们远没用尽这些容量。看到大量的信息游荡于互联网而产生这样的担忧是可以理解的。”瑟夫先生对互联网的未来进行了展望,他说他希望更多的人能用上互联网。他说:“我希望互联网越来越发达。希望地球上60亿人都能用上互联网。” /200808/45865There are lots of ways to improve your self-confidence over the long-term – but sometimes you need an instant boost. You can’t walk into an important work meeting, (or a class at college or a room full of strangers at a party) whilst frantically re-ing a self-help manual, or making a last-minute phone call to your life-coach. So here are ten secrets to boosting your self-confidence in just a few seconds…1. SmileThe one-second tip for when you’re feeling nervous and unconfident is simply to smile! You don’t just smile because you are happy and confident – you can smile to make yourself feel better. The act of smiling is so strongly associated with positive feelings that it’s almost impossible to feel bad while smiling.Smiling is much more then just a facial expression. The simple act of smiling releases feel-good endorphins, improves circulation to the face, makes you feel good about yourself in general and can definitely increase your self confidence. … you will also appear more confident to others while you’re smiling.2. Make eye contactAs well as smiling, meet the eyes of other people in the room. Give them your smile; you’ll almost certainly get one back, and being smiled at is a great self-confidence boost. Like smiling, eye contact shows people that you’re confident. Staring at your shoes or at the table reinforces your feelings of self-doubt and shyness. This tip is particularly useful for work-related situations – make eye contact with interviewers, or with the audience for your presentation:Eye contact helps take the fear away from the speaker by getting the audience closer to him. Stress is mainly a result of being with the unknown and uncontrollable. Eye contact gives the speaker a picture of the reality that is the audience. It also helps in getting the attention of the audience.3. Change your inner voiceMost of us have a critical inner voice that tells us we’re stupid, not good enough, that we’re too fat, thin, loud, quiet… Being able to change that inner voice is key to feeling self-confident on the inside, which will help you project your confidence to the world. Make your inner voice a supportive friend who knows you fully but also recognizes your talents and gifts, and wants you to make the best of yourself.You still want to be able to hear the message, so don’t make it so chilled and laid back that you never take any notice of it. You can even choose 2, 3 or as many voices as you want for different occasions. Your voice should always support you, always be helpful, never aggressive and it never puts you down.4. Forget other people’s standardsWhatever the situation that’s causing you a crisis of self-confidence, you can help yourself immeasurably by holding yourself to your own standards alone. Other people have different values from you, and however hard you try, you’ll never please everyone all of the time. Don’t worry that people will think you’re too overweight, underweight, too feckless, too boring, too frugal, too frivolous … hold yourself to your standards, not some imagined standards belonging to others. And remember that commonly-held values and standards vary from society to society: you don’t have to accept them just because the people around you do.People’s values define what they want personally, but morals define what the society around those people want for them. Certain behaviors are considered to be desirable by a given society, while others are considered to be undesirable. For the most part, however, morals are not written in stone, or proclaimed by God above, but instead reflect local sensibilities. Different societies have different ideas about what is acceptable and not acceptable.5. Make the most of your appearanceEven if you’ve only got a minute or two, duck into the bathroom to make sure you’re looking your best. Brushing your hair, giving your face a good wash, retouching your makeup, straightening your collar, checking you’ve not got a bit of parsley stuck between your teeth … all of these can make the difference between feeling confident in your physical appearance and feeling anxious about an imagined flaw.Perfect your physical appearance: There’s no denying that one’s grooming plays a crucial role in building confidence. Although we know what’s on the inside is what truly counts, your physical appearance will be the first to create an impression. /200901/60170Fall Fashion Classics:Start with Jacket秋季时尚:从夹克开始 I've aly gotten a good start on my fall shopping, and one of the first things I bought was a great fitted jacket. The past few years the boyfriend jacket (which is a boxier cut) was trendy, but I've always pushed the fitted jacket as the way to go. Why? For one thing, it helps create a waist and gives you a much sexier shape than a baggy silhouette. And trends will come and go, but classics will always be in style. But don't think that fall fashion classics have to be boring. Actually, as long as the silhouette is basic and details can be very unique like this awesome buffalo print red jacket. 我自己的秋季购物有了很好的开始,我买的第一件商品是一款非常适合自己的夹克。过去几年中,我男朋友的拳击手夹克一直引领时尚,不过我也非常钟情夹克。为什么呢?首先,它能凸显你的腰身;其次,你的身形会更为性感,这是很多松垮垮的衣无法办到的。 流行趋势一直变幻莫测,但经典永不褪色。秋天时尚并不意味着乏味无趣。其实,只要基本轮廓经典,细节独特,如同这款著名的水牛红夹克一样,就可以了。 /201110/157771

Courtesy counts礼貌为重The Brown and Levinson model says, roughly speaking, that Person A probably does not want to be rude to Person B, but in the way of things, life may sometimes require Person A to contradict or intrude on Person B, and when that happens, Person A has a range of ;politeness strategies; to draw on. There are four main possibilities, given in ascending order of politeness. The first is a ;bald, on-record; approach: ;I#39;m going to shut the window.; The second is positive politeness, or a show of respect: ;I#39;m going to shut the window, is that OK?; The third is negative politeness, which presumes that the request will be an intrusion or an inconvenience: ;I#39;m sorry to disturb you, but I want to shut the window.; The fourth is an indirect strategy which does not insist on a course of action at all: ;Gosh, it#39;s cold in here.;大致讲来,Brown和Levinson模型说到,人物A大概并不想让人物B觉得自己粗俗,但就事论事,生活有的时候会让人物A与人物B两相抵触或者是强弱相施。而当这种情形发生之时,人物A会采取一系列的;礼貌策略;。按照礼貌不同程度来上升排列,主要有四种可能的策略。首先是;不加掩饰的,记录在案的;方式:;我会要关上这个窗子;,第二个是积极的礼貌,或者以示尊重:;我会要关上这个窗子,好吗?;,第三种是消极的礼貌,这种情形下,假定了要求会受到打扰或者引起不便:;很抱歉打扰你,但我要关上窗子;。第四种是一种间接的策略,并不完全坚持对行为的导向:;哎呀,这里冷呀;。The first three of those options are plain instrumental speech, and are the sort of approaches that the conversation manuals warn you against. The fourth one alone leads into the realm of conversation as such. Here the purpose of speaking is not so much to get a point across, more to find out what others think about it. This principle of co-operation is one of the things that sets conversation apart from other superficially similar activities such as lectures, debates, arguments and meetings. Other qualities which help to define conversation include the equal distribution of speaker rights; mutual respect among speakers; spontaneity and informality; and a non-businesslike ambience. The last of these was well caught by Johnson when he defined conversation as ;talk beyond that which is necessary to the purposes of actual business;.以上选择的前三种都是平铺直叙式的功能性语言,都归属在会话手册上警告过的不要违反的方式类型之中。单只有第四种在谈吐的王国内登堂入室。比起找出其他人对某种观点是怎么想的来,演讲的目的并不是那么注重把某种观点讲得通透这一点。从某一个方面出发,将会话与其它某些肤浅的类似活动:讲课,辩论,讨论和会议有所区别的是合作的原则。其它有助于明确定义;会话;的特征包括:说话人之间的相互尊重;自然随意性和非正式性;非商务式的环境。这些中的最后一条为Johnson所捕捉到,在他对;会话;的定义中;言谈,必须是超越商业实务目的之上的;。If conversation, and politeness, do have common features across time and culture, it is not all that surprising that newer manuals will find little to add in terms of fundamental principles. They can, however, offer specific tips which are useful in the right circumstances, and these, too, change little with the years. ;Never recount your dreams in public,; wrote the anonymous author of ;Maximes de la Bienséance en la Conversation;, one of the first manuals of conversation published in France, in 1618. Margaret Shepherd, author of ;The Art of Civilized Conversation;, a manual published in America in 2006, offers the same prohibition. Among the ill-judged remarks that she calls ;saboteurs of small talk;, she includes ;self-absorbed comments like ‘I had the strangest dream. You were in it. Uh, let me try to remember it’.;如果谈吐和礼仪在时间和文明之间有着共同的特征;也就是完全不用对新近的手册里对基础性原则几无增益感到吃惊。他们能够做到的是提供特定的环境之下的具体招术——而这,也是多年未有变化了。1618年,无名氏在第一本以法语刊布会话手册《言谈礼仪格言(Maximes de la Bienséance en la Conversation)》中写到:;绝不要在公共场合不厌其烦的大谈特谈自己的梦想;。《文明会话的艺术(The Art of Civilized Conversation)》于2006年在美国出版,手册也提供了同样的禁止事项,作者为Margaret Shepherd。Margaret Shepherd把那些偏颇(欠思量)的叫做;一带而过的消极分子;,把;自顾自的;总括为;像是’我做过的最稀奇古怪的梦,你就在这个梦里头,嗯,那就让我试着记住它吧’;。The more modern the manual of conversation, the more concrete its advice is likely to be. Ms Shepherd offers seven quick ways to tell if you are boring your listeners, which include: ;Never speak uninterrupted for more than four minutes at a time; and ;If you are the only person who still has a plate full of food, stop talking.; Her checklist of things best not said to the parent of a newborn baby should be memorised for future use. It comprises: ;What#39;s wrong with his nose?; ;Should he be that colour?; ;Isn#39;t he awfully small?; ;Shouldn#39;t you be breast-feeding?; ;Did you want a boy?; ;Is he a good baby?; ;He looks like Churchill!/She looks like ET!; ;It#39;s really cute!;会话手册越是登现代,建议也就越有可能具体实在。Shepherd女士提供七大捷径,以判断;是不是在让聆听者变得厌烦无聊;,这包括:;绝不要一发言就口若悬河、滔滔不绝,一说就超过4分钟;和;如果你是唯一盘子里还盛满了食物的一个,停下来,别说了;。她给那些应该记忆下来以备将来使用的,最好别对幼子孩童的父母说的事宜开立了核查清单。其内包括:;他的鼻子怎么啦?;;她该穿着这个色吗?;;他不是个头太小了吧?;;你就不能母乳喂养吗?;;你想要个男娃吗?;;小男孩乖吗?;;他看上去像丘吉尔!/她看上去像外星人(ET)!;;真的很机灵(cute :Q)!;It is easy enough to see the usefulness of such tips, but they capture none of the joy which comes from the mastery of conversation. For enthusiasts conversation is an art, one of the great pleasures of life, even the basis of civilised society. Mme de Staeuml;l, a great talker and intellectual of the French ancien régime, called conversation ;a means of reciprocally and rapidly giving one another pleasure; of speaking just as quickly as one thinks; of spontaneously enjoying one#39;s self; of being applauded without working...[A] sort of electricity that causes sparks to fly, and that relieves some people of the burden of their excess vivacity and awakens others from a state of painful apathy;.能看出这些提示的有用之处是很容易的,但这些提示一点也没有捕捉到来自高超的会话技艺上的欢乐。对于痴心之人(好这一口的人)来说,谈吐就是一种艺术,就是人生最大乐趣之一,甚至还是文明社会的基础。旧法国政权下的知识分子和伟大的言谈家Mme de Staeuml;l就将会话称为;一种交互的快速的给予对方快乐的途径;一个人的谈吐就如他的思考一般的敏捷;一个人对自我的自发陶醉;一种不劳而获的称誉……一种激发出四溢的火花,它释放某些人的过量的活跃力的负担、从痛苦的冷漠状态中唤醒另外一些人的电流。;The Athens of Socrates and Plato, in the 5th and 4th centuries , is often seen as home to a first golden age of conversation. That view has relied mainly on the writings of Plato, whose dialogues, often with Socrates as speaker, constitute ;a search among friends...for the divine ideas of the true, the beautiful, the good;, says a modern French scholar, Marc Fumaroli.公元前5世纪和4世纪的苏格拉底和柏拉图所在的希腊,通常被视作是谈吐的第一次黄金时代的家园。这一观念主要的基于柏拉图的著作《对话录》,书中的苏格拉底通常是说话人,构建出;一种在朋友之间的搜寻……对真善美的神圣观点;。现代法国学者Marc Fumaroli如此说到。 /201208/193457

你可曾在恋爱中束手无策,困惑迷茫,教你五招让你在异地恋中,无往而不利。No.1 Video Chat Regularly第一招:经常视频聊天Whether you use Face Time, iChat, Google Chat, or Skype, being able to see each other while you talk about your annoying coworker or the hilarious thing your buddy did at the bar adds another layer of communication that helps you stay close. Video chatting is an especially good idea when you#39;re arguing; your normal tension-dissolving tactics don#39;t translate as well over the phone。什么样的视频聊天工具都好,当你在抱怨惹人讨厌的同事或者分享好伙伴在酒吧里做过的一些非常滑稽的事情的时候,要能看到对方,这样能够带来不同感觉的聊天效果,帮助你们维系彼此间的亲密感。当你们在争论的时候,视频聊天是一个非常好的方式;电话聊天无法很好地传达和帮助消除紧张感。No.2 Don#39;t Be Jealous Of Her Guy Friends第二招:不要嫉妒她的异性朋友One of the few upsides to being in a long-distance relationship is that you#39;re always free to hang out with friends. Your job as the boyfriend is to make sure she knows you#39;re cool with that — even if her plans involve dudes you don#39;t know. Trust me, it#39;ll work to your advantage in the long-run: If you get defensive whenever she wants to spend time with a guy, she#39;ll assume it#39;s because you#39;re not being faithful when you#39;re around other women. But if you#39;re cool with it, you automatically seem more trustworthy, preventing any major jealousy issues before they start。远距离异地恋情中少有的一个好处是:可以很自由的与自己的朋友聚在一起。作为她的男友要做的,就是确保让她知道,关于这点你很放心,就算她会与一些你不认识的男生一起出门玩。相信我,长期坚持这样做对你们的关系是非常有利的:如果每次她说要跟异性朋友一起你就很有防备心,那久而久之,她就会怀疑是不是因为你和其他的女性一起的时候有做过对不起她的事情。但如果你放心她的话,会得到更多的信任,这些信任能够消除任何重大的猜疑与嫉妒。No.3 Do Something Together While You#39;re Apart第三招:异地的时候也可以一起做些事You don#39;t have to be in the same zip code to have fun together. Every Sunday night at 11, my boyfriend and I have a standing date to talk about the latest episode of Breaking Bad. Your “thing” doesn#39;t have to be a TV series you#39;re addicted to — maybe it#39;s watching a weekly movie together, or playing Words with Friends — but make sure you have something to talk about that doesn#39;t involve the words “I miss you。” It#39;ll make your phone calls a lot more pleasant。你们不一定非得在同一个地区才能一起玩。每周六晚11点,我和男朋友会有一次固定的约会,一起聊聊《绝命毒师》的最新剧情。当然你们的“话题”不一定非得是你们热衷的电视剧,可以是在网上一起观看每周影院,或者是大家一起玩填字游戏,要知道的除了“我想你”这些甜言蜜语外,你们有其他的事情可以谈论,这些事情会让你们的电话聊天更愉快。No.4 Plan At Least One Visit In Advance第四招:至少提前安排一次会面Maybe you#39;re a spontaneous kind of guy. Don#39;t be when you#39;re booking travel. Things go much more smoothly if you have a trip or two in the books ahead of time. Your wallet will thank you — and so will your girlfriend. Saying goodbye at the end of a visit is a lot easier when you aly have another to look forward to。也许你是一个很随意的人,但在计划旅行的时候就千万要谨慎啦。如果你能提前安排一到两次旅行的话,事情会更顺畅。你的钱包也会感激你的,当然还有你的女朋友。如果你们已经计划好令人期待的下一次会面时,那么在这段旅途结束时说再见就会容易得多了。No.5 Say What#39;s On Your Mind第五招:说出你心中的想法Girlfriends can tell when something#39;s bothering you. And when you don#39;t explain what it is — no matter how dumb you might think it sounds — we assume we#39;re the something that#39;s bringing you down. A girlfriend who#39;s worried that you might dump her isn#39;t a great person to be in a relationship with. So just tell her that you missed the game-winning shot at your pickup basketball game aly and put it behind you。女朋友通常都能感觉到有事情烦扰着你,不论你多么的不想说话,如果你不去解释,我们就会以为是我们让你感到厌烦。作为女朋友会猜疑,担心你是不是要跟她分手。所以你要直接的告诉她,你是因为在之前的篮球赛错失了制胜球而心情烦闷。 /201206/185413

Those in a serious relationship have long been warned about the dangers of the seven-year itch. But research has found couples risk running into trouble far earlier-thanks to the seven-month slouch。已婚男女要警惕“七年之痒”说法由来已久。但一项调查发现,情侣之间出现问题的时间要远远早于七年,这就是“七月之懒”。This is the point at which we stop trying quite so hard to impress our new love and start revealing all the bad habits that have so far remained hidden。当两人在一起相处了七个月之后,双方不再像刚开始那样努力想给对方留下好印象,而开始“原形毕露”。These can include unsavoury bodily functions such as breaking wind in front of an other half, nose picking or letting armpits go unshaven. Before the milestone, most couples enjoy an extended honeymoon period where both go out of their way to keep well-groomed and observe good manners。比如,当着对方的面放屁、挖鼻子,或不刮腋毛。而在此之前,很多情侣都处于热恋期,两人都用心地装扮自己,努力在对方面前保持好的形象。However, it seems once a couple has been together for around seven months they decide they really do love each other and start to let go。然而,似乎两人在一起到了七个月左右时,他们就会觉得彼此的感情已经稳定,便开始放任自流。According to a survey of 1,000 adults, the seven-month point is when couples are most likely to think it acceptable to stop paying attention to details such as shaving regularly and keeping nails trimmed while also putting their bad habits on display。一项对1000名成年人开展的调查显示,情侣们在一起到了七个月时,便开始觉得可以不再注意定期刮毛和修指甲这样的细节问题,而且还会渐渐暴露出自己的坏习惯。More than nine in ten women and almost as many men admit that they let themselves go once they are in the full throes of a romance。90%以上的女性承认,一旦感情稳定下来,她们便开始放松自己。相同比例的男性也是如此。However it seems men are far happier to relax their standards while more women told researchers from Remington that they never allow themselves to be seen looking hairy or too unkempt。然而据雷明顿调查人员的调查,男性似乎更容易放松自己的标准,较多的女性称她们从不会让自己看起来头发凌乱或邋里邋遢。More than half of all adults said they make a special effort at the start of a relationship。超过一半的人说他们在刚开始谈恋爱时都特别注意这些问题。Once life with their other half becomes more routine, 48 per cent said they start breaking wind in front of their partner, 68 per cent will skip sexy clothes for unflattering outfits round the house and 58 per cent walk around naked。而一旦与另一半的感情稳定下来,48%的人会开始当着对方的面放屁,68%的人不再追求性感的衣着,而是穿得非常随便,58%的人会光着身子在屋里走来走去。Only 6 per cent said they would never let their partner see them be so uncouth。只有6%的人说他们永远不会在伴侣面前表现得如此放肆。There are also still some traditionalists out there, with 13 per cent saying they believe revealing bad habits is only acceptable after marriage。调查对象中不乏一些传统人士,13%的人认为只有在结婚之后才可以放松一点。 /201207/189256

These amazing images were taken at Horsetail Falls in Yosemite National Park, California by wildlife photographer Penny Adams. For just a few days each year the sun sets over the falls creating a vivid red amber glow - leading it to be re-named Yosemite Firefall. Ironically Horsetail Falls was a real 'firefall' in the 1870s when a hotel proprietor began a night time show for visitors by pushing bark embers over the nearby Glacier Point Cliff, creating a waterfall of fire and sparks。  据《每日邮报》4月20日报道,野外女摄影师佩妮-亚当斯在美国加利福尼亚州中部的约塞米蒂国家公园,拍摄到了一组“马尾瀑布”令人惊奇的画面。瀑布像一股炽热的火山岩浆从山顶直泻而下,奔腾而壮观,实际上这是“夕阳落在瀑布上“形成的自然景象。据了解,每年的一些天里,夕阳都会刚好从在这里的瀑布位置落下。正因为如此,该瀑布被人们冠以“约塞米蒂火瀑布”。实际上,“马尾瀑布”在19世纪70年代确实有过“火瀑布”的经历。那时,一名酒店业主为欢迎游客,将大量火苗抛下悬崖,造成了“火山瀑布”。  Horsetail Falls is a waterfall in the Sierra Nevada mountain range, to the west of Lake Tahoe. It falls in stages for nearly 500 feet。  “马尾瀑布”位于内华达山脉,在太浩湖以西,水流从近500英尺高度倾泻而下。布”景观。 /201004/102157

Why Siri And Most Other Computer Voices Are Female为啥Siri和其它人工智能都是女的? If you ask Siri what gender it is, the iPhone 4S personal assistant doesn't give a clear answer. But many have assumed from its tone that Siri is female (in most countries anyway -- in France and the UK, Siri's voice is masculine). 如果你使用苹果iPhone 4S的语音功能Siri,问它是男是女,它可能不会给你明确的。但是,通过Siri的音调来判断,大多数人认为它是女的(在大多数国家Siri用的是女声,在法国和英国用的是男声)。 From GPS devices to voicemail boxes, most computerized voices are female. The reason likely boils down to psychology. 从全球定位系统到语音信箱,大多数人工智能的声音都是女声,其中的原因可能要归结于心理学。 Scientific studies have found that humans prefer the sound of a woman's voice to a man's. The preference begins at an early age too. Stanford University professor Clifford Nass cites a study in which fetuses react to their mother's voice, but not to other female voices or their father's voice. 科学研究发现,比起男声,人们更喜欢女声,而且这种偏好从婴儿形成的时候就开始了。斯坦福大学教授克利福德·奈斯引用一项研究来说明,胎儿只对其母亲的声音做出反应,而不会对其他女性或者其父亲的声音做出反应。 Is there another possible reason for all of the female computer voices? 还有其他的原因来说明为什么人工智能都用女声吗? Our history, says CNN's Brandon Griggs. "According to some sources, the use of female voices in navigation devices dates back to World War II, when women's voices were employed in airplane cockpits because they stood out among the male pilots. And telephone operators have traditionally been female, making people accustomed to getting assistance from a disembodied woman's voice." CNN的布兰登·格里格斯说,“这与历史有关。根据资料显示,最早在二战的时候。飞机驾驶舱中的导航设备使用的就是女声,因为在男性飞行员中,女声更能被辨识出来。而且,传统上来说,电话接线员都是女性,这就让人们习惯于从没有实体的女性声音那里来获得帮助。” /201110/158632

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