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artificial life

The scientific study of the means of simulating living systems, e.g., in silica, in vitro, or in vivo.
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While Ghanaians were envisaging A-Life shops in all regional capitals and big towns, where they could buy good quality goods at very affordable prices, some few greedy and corrupt ones were plotting its collapse and permanent shut-down.
According to Setty, A-Life was the only vendor interviewed whose representatives could succinctly explain how their NLP engine operated and how it differed from other vendors' products.
In his new role Wood will oversee all customer service-related operations, including new and recurring implementations of the company's coding services as well as customer and internal training, technical support and application assistance for A-Life Medical's suite of SaaS applications.
A-Life Medical is a provider of advanced Natural Language Processing, or NLP, for the healthcare industry.
The development of LIFECODE began with the founding of A-Life Medical, Inc., in February 1996.
Nuclear engineers and scientists served the temporal powers through weaponry, and AI and A-Life have been supported enormously by the military.
Apparently 13-year-old American girls are the world leaders in using A-life.
Levy was there for a book-signing at a store just off the Plaza, where the first customers got free t-shirts with the legend "Get A-Life." Perhaps because it was first, Artificial Life feels rushed in places, but for the most part it is a solid piece of work.
This fascinating volume by science journalist Steven Levy describes the new science of artificial life (or a-life), which is devoted to depicting and actually creating living organisms.
Purchases in 2010 included health information exchange (HIE) vendor Axolotl; high acuity vendor, Picis (#43 on last year's list); medical necessity and compliance vendor, Executive Health Resources; and natural language coding vendor A-Life Medical (#95 last year).
Ingenix, a company known for its position in medical coding, is buying into the market, recently acquiring A-Life, Picis, Axolotl, ENS and Executive Health Resources.
Computer coding products company A-Life Medical Inc announced Friday the appointment of Bill Sheehan as director of product management of the company.