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Artificial Solutions Releases Intelligent Translate Function for Indigo




MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIFORNIA — (Marketwired) — 11/26/13 — Artificial Solutions (), the natural language interaction (NLI) specialist that enables users to have a meaningful, humanlike interaction with technology, announced today a new translate functionality in its mobile personal assistant Indigo that continues to demonstrate the assistant-s intelligence by only responding with words the user actually wants translated. Demo: ()

For example, ask Indigo “How do I say I would like a beer in French” and rather than translating the whole sentence she just responds with the answer the user is looking for “Je voudrais une biere”. Ask Indigo “and a glass of red wine” and because she has a memory, can persist conversations and understands the context Indigo knows that the user is asking for the words not just to be translated, but translated in French too.

Like all personal assistants Indigo allows users to send text messages using only voice. The new translate feature now enables users to have the text message automatically translated into another language before sending. For instance, say “Send a text to Sam Price saying let-s meet at the airport at 2 pm in Dutch” and Indigo will create a text to Sam Price that says, “laten we elkaar ontmoeten op de luchthaven om 14:00”.

This new feature which is already available for download from both the Google Play Store and Windows Phone Store, is capable of translating over 60 languages. A free to download personal assistant app, Indigo is the showcase of Artificial Solutions- Teneo platform that enables developers to quickly and easily create platform and device independent highly intelligent virtual assistants.

“Indigo-s new translation feature highlights the difference that NLI can make in natural language applications,” says Andy Peart, CMO of Artificial Solutions. “By intelligently interpreting what the user is actually asking, Indigo can discard the words that are irrelevant for the translation, but still retain the key information, such as the language required, to be used in following interactions without needing to be reminded of the context.”

Indigo is available for devices running Windows Phone 8, and an Android Phone or Tablet operating V.4 and above (Ice Cream Sandwich and Jellybean), and works across multiple browsers including Safari and Explorer. Some languages will require the user to install the relevant TTS file (text to speech) for the translate function to -speak- the translation.

For more information about the beta version of Indigo visit .

For a demonstration of Indigo-s other capabilities visit .

Contacts:
Marylebone Media Relations
Sara Claridge
+44 (0)7968 626838





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