Sunday, July 11, 2010


Here is a paper about Automate, a proposal for a system that would "allow end-users to utilize web-based data sources to create reactive automation. The system comprises a uniform internal data model, and a constrained-natural-language interface to create rules. Through initial evaluation we have demonstrated that the majority of participants found it easy to create rules, and thought Atomate would provide value in a number of personal information related settings."


It is related to the Haystack project, about which I wrote earlier.

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