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Informatics A software tool–eg, www.google.com for finding information from various sources online, usually by typing a few keywords. See Keyword. Cf Web crawler.
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H4: Natural language search engines will behave in a way similar to other search engines by producing keyword banners as search keywords become narrower.
With over 450,000 resumes, PassportAccess features the world's largest technical resume database, the industry's only natural language search engine and a comprehensive resume management system.
It uses a natural language search engine and a graphical user interface integrated with Adobe Acrobat.
service industry, with specific focus on knowledge management, natural language search and CRM.
Inbenta's Natural Language search platform is powered by Artificial Intelligence to improve the customer experience online.
Travelport is leading the way in semantic search and, in partnership with a third party developer, is currently developing a mobile voice recognition application powered by natural language search and voice-recognition technology.
Since then, the company has launched several market-first offerings - India's first mobile travel search apps on iPhone and Android, India's first natural language search on Facebook & Twitter (a page that understands flight queries posted by users & responds to them instantly with fares and a booking link), and its most recent launch, iXiGO Trip Planner (http://www.ixigo.com/trip-planner).
Users can simply request their music with natural, conversational style commands instead of having to follow a pre-set script because VoiceDJ uses Speak With Me's natural language search technology to provide a more intuitive user experience.
Dorthy does the same but gets you there by making interesting use of Web 3.0 technologies like AI and natural language search." I'll report later on its progress.
* Opening keynote speaker Chris Sherman believes that Google's natural language search doesn't work as well as the Ask engine (formerly Ask Jeeves).
VST provides for companies a suite of text processing products, such as spell checking and grammar checking, as well as natural language search technology.
Look for major health plans to make Web sites even more consumer-friendly with a natural language search tool, according to a recent Forrester Research report.

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