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trigger word

n
a word that initiates a process or course of action
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On desktop or mobile, a query with a trigger word like em ployment or jobs results in a Google Jobs window above the web results.
Mills, "The Effects of Positive Mindset Trigger Word Pre-Performance Routine on Expressive Performance of Junior High Age Singers," Journal of Research in Music Education 60, no.
But an Amazon device mistakenly recorded and sent a family's private conversation to an acquaintance after the device mistakenly thought it heard the trigger word followed by a "send message" request.
An example cited was the word "bark." This trigger word would play an audio file of a dog barking.
For example, when the system recognizes that a caller has said a certain trigger word, it provides the relevant screen prompts to agents to better serve the caller.
This is being done to eliminate the need for using 'Alexa' trigger word repeatedly after each query.
Although concerns over privacy have little technical merit -- the device has no processing capability unless the trigger word is recognised -- market psychology is a current obstacle.
(ii) finding mentions of event participants that are expressed by actants of the trigger word.
He believes that it was deleted after an automated system detected a trigger word, rather than because of a complaint.
For example, 28% appearance of the word "activates" is trigger word while 72% is common word [4].
Suppose to extract the binary relation between e1 and e2 in the sentence S = [w.sub.1][w.sub.2] xxx [e.sub.1] xxx [w.sub.j] xxx r xxx [e.sub.2] xxx [w.sub.n], where r is the relation trigger word and the classification function f is constructed to output 1 when e1 and e2 are related according to relation r, otherwise 0.