Moments in History of Language on Computers


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18 June 2009


Professor Martin Kay (Stanford) and Professor Yorick Wilks (OII--interviewer).

Martin Kay is Professor of Linguistics at Stanford University and a
Senior Research Fellow at Xerox Research Palo Alto.He is permanent
president of the International Committee on Computational Linguistics.


Martin Kay produced three of the key advances in language and computation over a long 50 years career--he discusses these in an interview, along with anecdotes that give a historical content for that seminal work.


Computational Linguistics,Natural language Processing,Machine Translation,Internet services


64 mins

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