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Translating English into Logic using the Linguist

Now that the patent filings are done, we can discuss and show more about the Linguist…

The following link is a video that shows a sentence from Project Sherlock being translated from English into first-order logic using the patent-pending  Linguisttm software.

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This video was recorded in October, 2012.  More recent versions of the Linguist can render the logic in more ways, such as shown below:

A grammatically disambiguated and logically formalized English sentence using Automata Linguist

5 Comments

  1. Peter Venable says:

    very cool

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