I take it she’ll know parenthesis (precedence—((3 X four ) / eight)) and many mathematical constants , etc. pi, speed of light in a vacuum. I suppose that would be more of a physics application.
Will Marie demand proper grammar? in my project, there will be settings such as, set of radio buttons…
[ ] require proper grammar
[ ] do not require proper grammar, but indicate incorrect grammar
[ ] accept and do not indicate incorrect grammar
Yeah, I’m sure almost everyone will elect for the last option—to accept bad grammar and not even be told. But I think the user should be aware that this would require more processing time (as the system has to guess so many permutations of what the correct grammar is in order to understand the sentence). It may make more sense, in some cases, to “give up” and indicate to the user to try again (perhaps if a timeout is reached).
I’m not sure if that will be the exact wording, but you get the idea.
Also, ,what about algebraic math expressions? “if A is 10 and B is three times A, what is (A/B) + B?” Perhaps as a good math tutor for elementary school There are so many applications for chatbots !!