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  • EasyAsk: Natural Language Searching 2/25/01 Who points to it? 24 - EasyAsk Inc. envisions the day when people will ask for the precise information they want(in a wired or wireless environment) and immediately find it, regardless of where it resides. EasyAsk Inc., launched in 1999, evolved from Linguistic Technology Corporation‚ acompany started by Dr. Larry Harris in 1994.

  • 5/1/00 Who points to it? 64 - RuleSpace is a privately held corporation located in Portland, Oregon that provides instant web content recognition enabling Internet applications and network appliances to answer on the fly what the page is about.

  • RightNow Technologies 2/19/00 Who points to it? 19 - RightNow E-Mail provides a full range of options for handling incoming e-mail inquiries:Automatic Response, Suggested Solutions to Customer Service representatives, as well aspowerful workflow rules that save you time and money by providing the ability to prioritize,categorize, and route incoming e-mail to the representative best equipped to handle aparticular question.

  • Machine Learning in Automated Text Categorisation 2/4/00 Who points to it? 17 - Fabrizio Sebastiani, Machine Learning in Automated Text Categorisation, 1999, submitted for publication. *paper*

  • t-mail translation service 1/13/00 Who points to it? 13 - is offering a free email-based natural language translations service amongEnglish, French, German, Spanish, and Portuguese.

  • The START NL QASystem 1/23/00 Who points to it? 11 - The START server answers English questions related to information from the MIT AI Laboratory and fromthe World Wide Web. The Server is based on the START natural language system developed by Boris Katzand his associates in the Infolab Group. START has been available to World Wide Web users sinceDecember 1993.

  • AnswerLogic, NLP for ecommerce 2/11/00 Who points to it? 14 - Our engine combines powerful Natural LanguageProcessing, parsing technology and an extensivelexicography database -- this, combined withknowledge-bases and various glossaries, allows us toextract meanings and senses from documents,questions and answers.

  • Inxight LinguistX platform 5/18/00 Who points to it? 13 - Inxight has released version 3.0 of LinguistX, a multi-lingual language processing software package"powerful enough to analyse massive text repositories such as the web, news archives, email and document libraries".

  • Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet 5/29/00 Who points to it? 18 - Download a version of Ray Kurzweil's Cybernetic Poet, which uses Markov models to imitate the word and structure choices of famous poets from a vast array of eras and styles, including Virgil, Blake, Keats, Whitman, Dickinson, and Poe.

  • Pinker on "The Ingredients of Language" 3/10/01 Who points to it? 47 - Richard Dqwkins lectures on evolution in this multimedia (audio, video, text, images) electure hosted by (requires IE).

  • Empirical Methods in Information Extraction 3/11/01 Who points to it? 43 - Empirical Methods in Information Extraction (Claire Claire (1997). AI Magazine 18 (4): 65-79) is a good overview of the problems of and techniques for extracing informationi from natural language documents.

  • Overview od Speech Technology 3/11/01 Who points to it? 17 - This 20 page overview on speech technology originally appeared in PC Magazine.

  • George Miller on "Ambiguous Words" 3/29/01 Who points to it? 40 - "If I accomplish nothing else in this story, I hope I will persuade you that human language is so vague and ambiguous that only a very clever brain could possibly understand it."

  • NLP Research and Development Resources -- CogMedia 9/10/01 Who points to it? 43 - Cogmedia, a company specializing in helpingNatural Language Processing companies to collect critical information such as: improvingthe process of designing a new product that meets the expectation of users, obtainingfinancing through tax credits and promoting their relations with investors. Visitors tothe site can subscribe to "Invest in NLP", a quarterly FREE newsletter which bringstogether companies involved in natural language processing and investors interested insupporting an important, innovative fast-growing business sector.

  • Columbia Newsblaster 3/16/02 Who points to it? 14 - The Columbia NLP group's Newsblaster service automatically condenses multiple online news accounts about a single event into one story.

  • NewsInEssence News Summarization 4/11/02 Who points to it? 98 - A team of researchers at the University of Michigan hasdeveloped NewsInEssence, a free, Web-based service that automates the collection of multiple, related news stories concerning a givenevent that users selects. These multidocument summaries are created for each topic of interest users choose. They are automaticallyrefreshed as news sources provide updates.

  • Searle on Pinker 4/11/02 Who points to it? 17 - John Searle reviews Pinker's Words and Rules: The Ingredients of Languagefor the New York Review of Books.

  • Machine learning in automated text categorization 4/13/02 Who points to it? 16 - Fabrizio Sebastiani, Machine learning in automated text categorization, ACM Computing Surveys, 34:1, 1-47, 2002.

  • Words and Rules': An Exchange (Pinker and Searle) 6/21/02 Who points to it? 16 - John Searle and Steven Pinker discuss Pinker's 'Words and Rules' in the NY Review of Books.

  • Online multilingual text summarization ( 6/30/02 Who points to it? 16 - Pertinence Summarizer creates concise automatic summary or abstract of textmaterial. Several formats of texts including html, pdf, ms word are accepted.Original text can be in one of several languages.

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