"A machine can be said to be intelligent if its answers are indistinguishable from those of a human being" Alan Turing
The AI engine works constantly to analyze all the information possible and to always have the most relevant information available, without the need to search. Our algorithms are able to find patterns that underlie the data and give coherence to the information coming from different domains, which is theoretically unrelated.
The algorithms developed by Sherpa are capable of predicting the future of our users, before they're even aware of it themselves.
JOSE A. LOZANO, Ph.D.
Head of AI Research at Sherpa
- Ph.D. in Computer Science.
- Degree in Mathematics & M.Sc.
- Degree in Computer Science
- 100 ISI journal papers published which account for more than 9000 citations.
- Associate editor of top journals, such as IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks and Learning Systems and IEEE Trans. on Evolutionary Computation.
- Several best paper awards from international conferences such as the World Conference on Computational Intelligence and the IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation.
Sherpa incorporates five levels of linguistic analysis to eliminate all possibility of misinterpretation - morphological, syntactical, semantic, pragmatic, and functional. Its sophisticated natural language technology mimics human understanding to dismiss impossible or unlikely matches.
Packed with over 300,000 concepts and 5,000 syntactic and semantic rules, Sherpa's thoroughly tested core system provides the basis for a reliable and comprehensive approach to human-computer interaction.
The Sherpa dialogue manager and Sherpa natural language processing technology together represent an extremely capable and comprehensive approach to human-computer interaction. That's Sherpa.
Sherpa’s extensive resources of conceptual and linguistic information and its detailed, five-level approach to linguistic analysis makes it a highly accurate and flexible tool for building innovative natural language-based solutions.
DEBORAH DAHL, Ph.D.
Speech and Natural Language Processing Expert
Co-Principal Investigator on the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) of the U.S. Department of Defense-funded project which integrated Unisys natural language understanding technology with speech recognition.