1. Ben Medlock

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      Discourse, Entailment, Machine Translation, NER, Parsing, Segmentation, Semantic, Sentiment, Summarization, WSD
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    1. The UK has a great heritage in AI, stemming back to giants such as Alan Turing, one of the undisputed fathers of the field.
      In Artificial intelligence: the companies behind Britain's 'smart' revolution
    2. A new range of tools are required to solve a new class of problems that didn't exist 10 years ago.
      In The Coming Era of Magical Computing
    3. If you think about the problem of people trying to type on phones, it's actually more of a problem about language than it is a problem about keyboards.
      In SwiftKey, The Clairvoyant Keyboard, Raises $17.6 Million
    4. We are excited to confirm that Samsung has chosen SwiftKey's innovative keyboard technology to be at the heart of its flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S4.
      In Confirmed: Samsung Embedded SwiftKey Typing Technology In GS4
    5. One of the core strengths of the technology is that we are able to take any kind of text and build what we call a language module.
      In App lets you text like the Queen
    6. The Queen's language reveals that she has a generally optimistic frame of mind and so the words confident', delighted', glad' and please' were uttered 125 times more than her famous annus horribilis,' which was the phrase that she used in the 1992 Windsor Castle fire.
      In An app that lets you text like the Queen
    7. The Queen's language reveals that she has a generally optimistic frame of mind and so the words ‘confident', ‘delighted', ‘glad' and ‘please' were uttered 125 times more than her famous ‘annus horribilis,' which was the phrase that she used in the 1992 Windsor Castle fire.
      In An app that lets you text like the Queen
    8. It became very clear to me, that it was a perfect opportunity to employ some of the techniques we'd been using at Cambridge in things like recognising language in spam email versus genuine email.
      In Swiftkey, a scientific start-up
    9. Without the TSB it would have been impossible.
      In Swiftkey, a scientific start-up
    10. We have statistics that show we're saving people almost 50% of their keystrokes, and we're improving accuracy and compliance, which is very important in healthcare.
      In Swiftkey, a scientific start-up