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|Lets Look it up!
|Consumers or citizens?
|Money Talks: Language technology has the potential to transform the way Europe's financial institutions do business.
|Multilinguality in Southern Asia: a report from EMMIT'98
|The long language of the law: technology has the potential to be a powerful weapon in the battle against international crime.
|Software localisation: the need for complexity in both supply and demand.
|Language tools in call centres: the agents are still on hold.
|Search warrant? The Web view on the role of language processing.
|A controlling interest? Simplified languages to meet the global communication challenge.
|Intranet searching goes multilingual.
|Dateline 2000 and beyond: the multilingual challenge to information systems.
|Dimitris Theologitis - Localising the European Union
|Lin Chase - Managing Europe's Dialogues
|Ron Verheijen - The Drive to Productisation
|Hans Joachim Novak - Out-of-the-Box language tools for retrieval and intranet solutions
|Wolfgang Wahlster - Tuning up the VERBMOBIL
|Marc Bautil - Languaging the Web: How iTranslator will get its translation engines to pull together
|Roberto Billi - Phones, phonemes and multimodality
|Heiko Schick - Translate! Summarise!Telemedia is keeping an eye on language technology suppliers
|Soumitra Dutta - Multilingual Enterprise Web Production: the view from market research and corporate Web services
|Keith Preston - Towards Multimodal Systems
|The virtues of controlled language
|Elan helps the machines talk back
|Entropic targets the worlds most advanced natural spoken dialogue systems
|Giunti Multimedia is helping take European language learning to the people
|Kielikone OY: how a Finnish LT supplier is benefiting from industrial experience
|Online Targeting by Language
|Phone, he said! DASA's second generation in-vehicle speech system hits the road
|Auralog: The sound of one company growing
|Video-editing: IBM's speech technology to the rescue
|Europe?s vocal minorities
|Good in a crisis?
|Give us the tools and finish the job!
|FAQs about the language barrier
|Why mastering product life cycles is key to successful language technology
|Transatlantic misperceptions in language engineering research
|Putting Morphologic on the map
|Why lexicographic quality matters
|Quo Vodis? Europe's voice-operated car information system aims to put a new interface in the driving seat
|Sharing memories: ALPNET's Jaap van der Meer looks at next generation tools for the translation industry
|Jaap van der Meer
|Truly universal digital access
|January 1999 (Issue #2)
|February 1999 (Issue #3)
|March 1999 (Issue #4)
|April 1999 (Issue #5)
|May 1999 (Issue #6)