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This page lists companies with connections to Swedish language technology, in the sense that either the company has products developed for Swedish, or the company is based in Sweden.

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Acapela Group by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:23
(Formerly Babel Technologies, Elan Speech and Babel Infovox.) Acapela Group develops and sells voice interface solutions, such as products for speech recognition and text-to-speech. The Swedish branch is situated in Stockholm.
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Artificial Solutions by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:23
Artificial Solutions builds interactive guides, which makes it possible for everybody to navigate the Internet using plain English. Artificial Solutions' office is situated in Stockholm.
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Asimus by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:24
Asimus provides services for companies that need to search, analyze and structure large amounts of qualified information. The company provides consulting services in conjunction with a set of supporting technologies - text retrieval, recommender technology and data mining solutions.
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Askology by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:25
Askology sells two products, Quickask and Qmail. Quickask is a search engine that generates answers to the questions of a web site's visitors. Qmail is a system with linguistic understanding that generates automatic answers to incoming e-mails. Askology is a company that springs out of The Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm.
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Atril by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:26
Atril develops and sells Déjà Vu, a computer-assisted translation tool. Swedish is one of several supported languages.
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Connexor by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:26
Connexor is a Finnish company developing and selling multilingual language analysis software for use as embeddable components in other applications, e.g. text mining, corporate knowledge management, machine translation, documentation quality controls, and speech technology.
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Datadromeda by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:27
Datadromeda is a company based in Stockholm, and has as one as its main products a lexicon program called Ordboken.
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Dialogue Technologies by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 16:46
Dialogue Technologies has developed and are licensing two products, Q&A Web Assistant and Q&A Professional. The key feature of these products is their ability to understand questions expressed in the users own language – and retrieve the correct answer.
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ESTeam by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:27
ESTeam is based in Göteborg, with its development site in Athens, Greece, this company provides translation environments for both interactive and automatic translation, as well as semantic and multilingual backbone for document storage and access.
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Euroling by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:28
Euroling develops and sells SiteSeeker, a search engine incorporating language technology, for Websites and intranets. Euroling’s office is situated in Stockholm.
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Explicon by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:28
Explicon, which has its office in Stockholm, sells language technology products and services for translations and information mapping.
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FindAgent by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:28
FindAgent is a company for media monitoring, with offices in Stockholm and London. The collected information is analysed by a search engine, which is based on language technology, and developed by Hapax.
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Fodina Language Technology by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:29
Fodina, which is found in Linköping, provides tools for making terminology and translation processes more effective.
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Gavagai by editorial staff — last modified 2008-10-10 10:19
Gavagai offers text analysis services suitable for monitoring and tracking dynamic information text streams. One of many possible applications is that of tracking the buzz and sentiment associated with a trade mark.
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IBM by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:29
IBM has among its products text-to-speech and speech-to-text programs.
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Icepeak by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:30
Icepeak is situated in Stockholm, and develops products with speech technology, such as booking services, information services, and attendant services.
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Interverbum by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:30
Interverbum is a research and development company offering a number of products and services related to language technology, among those a web-based terminology management system and translation tools. Interverbum can be found at several places in Sweden.
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Lexware by editorial staff — last modified 2006-11-13 11:19
Lexware produces text tools. Culler is a phrase finder based on large text collections. Culler is available for English, Polish and Swedish. Kategori is a search tool based on automatic text categorization with concepts from a thesaurus. The demo is available for Swedish only. Nyckelord is a search tool based on automatic text categorization with content words from a rich dictionary. The demo is available for Swedish only.
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Lingsoft by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:31
Lingsoft is based in Helsinki, Finland, and provides electronic dictionaries and thesauri, as well as applications for speech production and recognition, and proofing tools for documentation.
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Lionbridge by editorial staff — last modified 2006-04-07 09:31
Lionbridge is a provider of translation, localization, technical writing and interpretation services.
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