What is the biggest challenge in adapting the large systems and fitting it into a smart phone?
The world has begun to solve this problem. First of all, the smart phone is incredibly capable, more capable than the original supercomputers were, as an example. And the smart phone can do some processing, very clearly. But much more than processing, speed and calculation speed, it's connected in high-bandwidth communications to the Web, and also to servers and the cloud. So that kind of capability, the ability to communicate, to share information and to connect to the cloud services, which is, by the way, where all the Web services connect to, through the cloud, and come back, enables a unified experience that wouldn't be possible in any other way. So you don't have to fit all this technology into the mobile phone. The technology can recognize some of the speech, it can send what they call speech vectors to the servers that could recognize more, so it can compress a little bit so it's a smaller signal that goes down to the servers, the servers can do a lot of calculation relating to what you really ask for, such as the intent of that sentence, they can then connect you to the Web services that really give you the information you wanted, and then they can respond back to the mobile phone to give you the answer in voice or in text.