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March 22, 2004

Innovation engine is on..

Companies presenting during PC Forum -

Convoq helps the right people meet at the right time...and gives them the tools to communicate.

Language Weaver takes the logical (and clever) next step in machine translation with software that "learns" to translate from already-translated documents. It's not smart, but it knows a lot.

Scalix provides enterprise-class e-mail, messaging and calendaring capability on Linux and supports it from the server.

Informative helps companies listen to their customers using interactive, dynamic polling software.

Intelligent Results mines unstructured data from customer communications to help financial institutions and others predict customer behavior – such as whether they'll pay.

Mindfabric uses linguistic analysis to figure out what sort of information a customer is looking for.

MetaCarta offers a search engine that can identify the geographical context of a piece of text even though it may not express it explicitly, and it can tell the difference (almost always!) between Paris, France, and Paris, Texas.

N8 Systems solves one of the world's toughest translation challenges: It creates visualizations of natural-language process descriptions to help businesspeople communicate with developers.

Technorati tracks conversations on the Web by analyzing what bloggers are blogging about, and with whom.

N8 Systems sounds very interesting. Curiously there is nothing on the web about them. Does anybody know their website address ?

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A bit more investigation leads to http://pipedream.us which seems to be same as N8 Systems and their product fits the description.

Posted by: Abhijit | Mar 23, 2004 4:47:38 PM

Nice post.. This may what you are looking for http://www.n8systems.com/

Posted by: Abhijit | Mar 23, 2004 4:46:56 PM

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