Minneapolis, MINN. — Subjex ( http://www.subjex.com ), a Minneapolis-based technology company, announced the release of their artificial intelligent dialogue brain. Currently, Subjex is in the process of licensing negotiations with several prominent companies for this technology. Subjex, an artificial intelligence system/search engine, allows corporations or businesses to search their internal databases and control devices through natural dialogue.
Subjex.com, a search engine portal that uses the brain, talks with its users (through text) long enough to give fewer, more accurate search results than other search engines. While voice recognition (voice-to-character) technology has been in existence for some time, its capability is limited to the conversion of speech to text-based characters. To do something useful with these characters, there is a need to understand human interaction and dialogue, hence the development of the dialogue brain. Voice recognition represents the ears, while the Subjex technology is the brain between the ears.
“We have bridged the `learning curve’ gap between people and technology. Our Natural Frame Dialogue system is extremely easy for people to use,” said Andrew Hyder, President and CEO of Subjex. “There is no need for intense employee training upon corporate implementation; you just converse with it as you would any human.”
Subjex is a division of PageLab Network, Inc., a Minneapolis-based technology company, which developed a number of revolutionary Internet products. The company recently completed the implementation of the Subjex global Search Engine Based Affiliate Network (SEBAN) and the Subjex Reseller Program. More information can be found on the company’s website at http://www.subjex.com .