1. Kevin Knight

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      Discourse, Entailment, Machine Translation, NER, Parsing, Segmentation, Semantic, Sentiment, Summarization, WSD
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    1. We are exploring how to make use of cryptographic techniques to make better language translation software.
      In Cracking a centuries-old cryptogram
    2. You start to see patterns, then you reach the magic point where a word appears.
      In Secret German fraternity initiation rites deciphered
    3. I'm happy that linguistic software can help us crack historical ciphers.
      In USC Researcher Cracks 18th Century Code
    4. When you get a new code and look at it, the possibilities are nearly infinite.
      In USC Scientist Cracks Mysterious "Copiale Cipher"
    5. It took quite a long time and resulted in complete failure.
      In USC Scientist Cracks Mysterious "Copiale Cipher"
    6. Translation remains a tough challenge for artificial intelligence.
      In USC Scientist Cracks Mysterious "Copiale Cipher"
    7. This opens up a window for people who study the history of ideas and the history of secret societies.
      In Computer scientist cracks eighteenth-century secret code
    8. It turned out that we can apply a lot those techniques to code breaking.
      In How Revolutionary Tools Cracked a 1700s Code
    9. When he saw the book and the decoded version, he was very excited about it.
      In How Revolutionary Tools Cracked a 1700s Code
    10. That's the way statistical translation systems have worked for the last 25 years.
      In Computer automatically deciphers ancient language
  3. Quotes about Kevin Knight

    1. Here's a nice story that should bring heart to researchers struggling with uncracked homophonic ciphers such as the Zodiac killer ciphers. 'Kevin Knight, who Voynich Manuscript researchers may remember from various posts here, has now co-authored a paper on how they cracked a hitherto unknown 105-page ciphertext.
      In How translation software helped crack 'unbreakable' code in 1866 secret society manuscript
    2. Here's a nice story that should bring heart to researchers struggling with uncracked homophonic ciphers such as the Zodiac killer ciphers. 'Kevin Knight, who Voynich Manuscript researchers may remember from various posts here, has now co-authored a paper on how they cracked a hitherto unknown 105-page ciphertext.
      In How Google Translate helped crack an 'unbreakable' code from 1866
    3. Cracking the Copiale Cipher was a neat bit of work by Kevin Knight and his collaborators.
      In How Revolutionary Tools Cracked a 1700s Code