Elisabeth Ashmore is a student at Clark High in Plano, Texas, who developed a high level, conversational programming environment. Miss Ashmore was one of the Grand Prize winners at the 2012 Dallas Regional Science & Engineering Fair. Her latest project builds on her prior work on CLAIRE: Computer Language Analysis Interpretive Response Engine.
MSimon commented on October 05, 2012
You should contact Phil Koopman at Carnegie if you haven't already. Ask him about Stack Computers. Or look up his free book on the subject on the 'net.
pbarnrob commented on June 08, 2012
Potentially game-changing concept! I'm saddened by the production value of the video, since her voice is lost in the background noise, and her attention is continuously drawn away by peripheral happenings. I hope this could be re-done in a studio or even a quiet side room, maybe with some demos of the use of CLAIRE.
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