Blue Eye Technology

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SEMINAR REPORT
ON

BLUE EYES TECHNOLOGY

Submitted by

BINYAMIN M

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of B-TECH DEGRE in COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING

COCHIN UNIVERSIY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

KOCHI-682022

JULY 2010

Division of Computer Engineering
School of Engineering
Cochin University of Science & Technology
Kochi-682022
_________________________________________________________

CERTIFICATE
Certified that this is a bona fide record of the Seminar work entitled

BLUE EYES TECHNOLOGY
Done by
BINYAMIN M

of VII semester Computer Science & Engineering in the year 2010 in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of Degree of Bachelor of Technology in
Computer Science & Engineering of Cochin University of Science & Technology

Dr. David Peter S
Head of the Division

REVATHY .R.
Seminar Guide

BLUE EYES TECHNOLOGY

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

I express my sincere thanks to Dr. David Peter (Head of the Department,
Computer Science and Engineering), Mr. Sudeep P.Elayidom (Staff incharge) and my seminar guide Miss Revathy R. for their kind co-operation for presenting the seminar.

I also extend my sincere thanks to all other members of the faculty of
Computer Science and Engineering Department and my friends for their cooperation and encouragement.

BINYAMIN M

DIVISON OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING

BLUE EYES TECHNOLOGY

ABSTRACT
Is it possible to create a computer, which can interact with us as we interact each other? For example imagine in a fine morning you walk on to your computer room and switch on your computer, and then it tells you
“Hey friend, good morning you seem to be a bad mood today. And then it opens your mail box and shows you some of the mails and tries to cheer you. It seems to be a fiction, but it will be the life lead by “BLUE…...

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