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Jim White was featured
Dec 4, 2012
Jim White replied to Michael Levin's discussion What is Computational Linguistics? in the group Computational Linguistics Village
"Commercial applications of computational linguistics have been growing by leaps and bounds.  IBM created a new poster child for the field with their Jeopardy champion Watson, and most everyone has used Google Translate and/or Voice by now (and…"
Nov 22, 2011
Michael Levin left a comment for Jim White
"Great talking with you, my good friend! I'm excited to learn about computational linguistics.  Glad it's going well at Univ of Washington. My friend's name is Paul Benschoter, with the voice group at Wells Fargo, and based in…"
Oct 2, 2011
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Computational Linguistics Village

Ever wonder how Google Translate works? It's computational linguistics! Join us here and learn all about it and more. Jim White will be our guide. Enjoy!
Oct 2, 2011
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Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC) JUG Town

Come join us here at the RDC JUG Town! Stanislas Matayo and the group in Kinshasa welcome you.See More
Sep 20, 2011
Jim White is now a member of CodeTown
Mar 29, 2009

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How did you hear about Codetown?
From my buddy Mike!
What are your main interests in software development?
Semantic Web, NLP, text mining, OSS, Groovy
Do you have a website?
http://www.ifcx.org/

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At 10:58pm on October 2, 2011, Michael Levin said…
Great talking with you, my good friend! I'm excited to learn about computational linguistics.  Glad it's going well at Univ of Washington. My friend's name is Paul Benschoter, with the voice group at Wells Fargo, and based in Portland. TTYL, Mike
 
 
 

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