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Also have fun their disabilities like me.
And 180 words a minute.
And operate the television.
And the occasional case is that the words or phrases don't appear on the list.
And this is important.
As soon efficient.
At a rate of two or three bits a second.
But also one doesn't want to sound like Mickey Mouse.
But if you want to communicate like others, which is what people in my position would like.
But it is almost human.
But obviously there's scope for improvement.
By contrast, a reasonable typist.
By contrast, if you take an average word to be about 5 characters.
Can do 40 to 60 words a minute.
Computerized speech synthesizers have improved a great deal in recent years.
Correspondence that when they filed a 30 words a minute.
Even if it does give me a Scandinavian or American accent.
For instance, I I have infrared and radio environment control.
From a list of likely ones.
Has meant that virtually unlimited computing power.
Having decoded the signals from some input device.
However, many people who can't speak.
However, the real information flow in human speech.
I also have a mobile phone that I can use to call for help.
I can manage about 15 words a minute.
I probably wouldn't have survived, but I certainly wouldn't have been able to write a best selling book.
If I had been born any earlier.
In the case of political speeches, it is practically 0.
Instead, they had to use one or more switches.
It is much more efficient to tip words or even whole phrases.
It's available at a reasonable cost.
Let alone meaningful sentences.
Letter by letter.
Most sequences of letters don't make recognizable words.
Normal speech has an information flow rate of between 50 and 75 bits a second.
Normal speech is between 1:20.
Not only does one want to be understood.
Of just me trade.
One bit of information is the answer to a yes no question.
One can always resort to spelling them out.
One might be able to operate a switch two or three times a second.
Operated by head or hand movement.
Or a dialect.
People like me can now move around independently.
So there's a lot of redundancy in specifying every letter.
Such as the switch, London has the broadcasted in the form people can understand.
Technology has transformed the outlook for the disabled.
Thank you for listening.
That is all I had to say for the moment.
That is not too bad, since an information flow rate of three bits a second.
That is the rate at which information can be conveyed.
That's got me visually with text or diagrams on your screen.
The development of microprocessors in the last 15 years.
The disabled has a lot to hang technology for.
The fact that you are listening to me now shows what technology can do.
The main problem of communicating for people like me who can't speak.
Then two sentences.
There are other ways in which technology can assist the disabled.
There's much less than this.
They got communicated between half and 1/4.
This is because spelling out a sentence letter by letter.
This is the age in which took me so.
This is where the information flow problem really confronts 1.
This one is unfortunate enough to be disabled.
This voice of mine may be a bit tinny in Irish.
This what is called the baudrate.
This would mean that one could send information.
Thus, if one were to equip normal people with keyboards.
To translate the presses of the switch into letters.
What one needs is sufficient software to translate the input from the switch.
When can you set keyboard?
When they can communicate.
When you assume that any character can follow any other character.
Where is the equalizer program that I use.
With which I can open doors, turn on lights.
Words or sentences requires computers.
You need to sleep.