We are partners with JAIRA SYSTEMS (INC) USA. A consultancy firm founded by Dr. Raj Reddy and Dr. Jaime Carbonell ( Carnegie Mellon University ) specializing in the areas of A.I. Machine Learning, Language Processing and Text Mining. We can leverage JAIRA’s expertise for jointly developing cutting edge solutions for deployment at clients.

Dr. Raj Reddy

Dr. Reddy is an eminent computer scientist & winner of the ACM Turing award in 1994, the highest award in computer science, for his work in the field of A.I. He has served on the faculty of Stanford and Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) for over 40 years. He was the founding director of The Robotics Institute for CMU

He is the first person of Asian origin to receive the ACM Turing Award, in 1994, the highest award in Computer Science, for his work in the field of Artificial Intelligence.
Reddy is the Moza Bint Nasser University Professor of Computer Science and Robotics in the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University. From 1960, Reddy worked for IBM in Australia. He was an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University from 1966 to 1969. He joined the Carnegie Mellon faculty as an associate professor of Computer Science in 1969. He became a full professor in 1973 and a university professor, in 1984.
He was the founding director of the Robotics Institute from 1979 to 1991 and the Dean of School of Computer Science from 1991 to 1999. As a dean of SCS, he helped create the Language Technologies Institute, Human Computer Interaction Institute, Center for Automated Learning and Discovery (since renamed as the Machine Learning Department), and the Institute for Software Research.
Reddy’s early research was conducted at the AI labs at Stanford, first as a graduate student and later as an Assistant Professor, and at CMU since 1969. His AI research concentrated on perceptual and motor aspect of intelligence such as speech, language, vision and robotics. Over a span of five decades, Reddy and his colleagues created several historic demonstrations of spoken language systems, e.g., voice control of a robot, large vocabulary connected speech recognition, speaker independent speech recognition, and unrestricted vocabulary dictation. Reddy and his colleagues have made seminal contributions to Task Oriented Computer Architectures, Analysis of Natural Scenes, Universal Access to Information, and Autonomous Robotic Systems. Hearsay I was one of the first systems capable of continuous speech recognition. Subsequent systems like Hearsay II, Dragon, Harpy, and Sphinx I/II developed many of the ideas underlying modern commercial speech recognition technology as summarized in his recent historical review of speech recognition with Xuedong Huang and James K. Baker.

Dr. Jaime Carbonell

Dr. Carbonell is an eminent computer scientist who has made seminal contributions to the development of natural language processing tools and technologies. His extensive research in machine translation has resulted in the development of several states of the art language translation and A.I. systems. He is currently affiliated with the Language Technologies Institute, Computer Science Dept, Machine Learning Dept, and Computational Biology Dept at CMU

He is currently affiliated with the Language Technologies Institute, Computer Science Department, Machine Learning Department, and Computational Biology Department at Carnegie Mellon.
His interests span several areas of artificial intelligence, language technologies and machine learning. In particular, his research is focused on areas such as text mining (extraction, categorization, novelty detection) and in new theoretical frameworks such as a unified utility-based theory bridging information retrieval, summarization, free-text question-answering and related tasks. He also works on machine translation, both high-accuracy knowledge-based MT and machine learning for corpus-based MT
Some of Carbonell’s major scientific accomplishments include the creation of MMR (maximal marginal relevance) technology for text summarization and informational novelty detection in search engines, invention of transformational analogy, a generalized method for case-based reasoning (CBR) to re-use, modify and compose past successful plans for increasingly complex problems and Knowledge-based interlingual machine translation. He was instrumental in setting up the Computational Biolinguistics Program, a joint venture between Carnegie Mellon and the University of Pittsburgh, which combines Language Technologies and Machine Learning to model and predict genomic, proteomic and glycomic 3D structures.
Carbonell is one of the gurus of machine learning. He organized the first four machine learning conferences, starting with CMU in 1981. The Language Technologies Institute (LTI), founded and directed by Carbonell, has achieved top honors in multiple areas. These areas include machine translation, search engines (including founding of Lycos by Michael Mauldin, one of Carbonell’s PhD students), speech synthesis, and education.

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