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They said, "It is clear that she' is conscious and responsive beyond mere reflexes, as has been demonstrated by her ability to track with her eyes, respond to verbal commands by physicians who examined her on video, and react to those she loves."
Such an idea is by no means new: Gene Roddenberry's Star Trek universe encompasses computers that respond to verbal commands. But even in that world, the written world remained if not relevant then at least there.
She was transferred to the intensive care unit after her level of consciousness decreased; she was moving all four limbs but did not respond to verbal commands or painful stimuli.
* the individual may not respond to verbal commands or sounds;
You can also buy a voice recognition system for your computer which enables it to respond to verbal commands. Other devices within this price range are keypad door locks, wireless microphones, sensors to open the doors when a wheelchair approaches and a CD-ROM drive with sound card that will allow you to play compact discs and educational software on your computer.