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The app uses a natural language user interface and is powered by a contextual, computationally efficient learning algorithm.
0 Hi-Speed for playback of music files 6) Internet radio for live and listen again content 7) DAB, DAB+ and FM radio 8) Multiple language user interface with alarms and sleep timers.
The Galaxy S III features 'S Voice,' an advanced natural language user interface, to listen and respond to the user's words.
is an international human language technology company that produces customized, secure enterprise and mobile Machine Translation (MT), Text Analytics solutions and Natural Language User Interfaces based on LinguaSys' proprietary Carabao and TG line (Translation Generation) of server-based and mobile products for Fortune 500 companies, government agencies and consumer smart phones.
an international provider of human language technologies producing highly customized Text Analytics, Translation and Natural Language User Interface software, today announced that hi-tech billionaire, entrepreneur, sports and technology mogul, Mark Cuban, has acquired a significant position in the Company.
This first of its kind solution for handset manufacturers and mobile operators is built upon the award winning BOLT[TM] cloud computing browsing platform and includes the BOLT mobile browser with Indic language user interfaces, the capability to perfectly render Indic text on a Web page, and the ability for end users to input Indic text into the browser.
Mercury also announced that it will provide localized versions of Mercury Business Availability Center with full local language user interfaces in Chinese, Korean and Japanese through Mercury Managed Services.
The increased demand for natural language user interfaces is due in part to the need to reduce driver distractions.